or why i keep notes. the seedling shown here is the result of a cross made three years ago. some can bloom the second year. this one did not. however with several hundred seedlings blooming and no notes i would be totally lost and confused looking at this seedling and wondering who were its parents. and further wondering what might be the next step revealing what mysteries lurk in its genes. because if you have ever looked at the stars and wondered how many stars are up there well the possibilities for genetic combinations in daylilies are even higher. so without further delay this is the seedling from Indigo Ignition and Purple Satellite. seedling first then parents. and while you are looking try to remember this is how we got to yellow. so somewhere in there is lots of purple coursing through this flower’s genetic veins…
You point out the need for notes on the blooms. Maybe a sign-in sheet would help. You know before a bloom enters the garden it has to sign in. Yeah. Dumb idea.
There is no such thing as a dumb idea. Especially when it causes one to pour to servings of pondering sauce. On the surface it sounds like it could possibly be more notes in disguise. Now lets think this through. Don’t forget you pondering sauce…
Got the pondering sauce. Now where to start. *first sip. What were we talking about?
Well if we were pondering to forget it seems we are off to a good start. And that is a darn good question to launch this endeavor. However let us not forget safety. It is imperative to keep hydrated so if you will allow me to catch up while I organize my thoughts…
I’ll be sipping here till you catch up.
Sorry about that. Something about painting doors and counting seeds. I did not get any paint on the seeds. Somehow I figure I am behind on the pondering sauce. And now as the internet takes a pause at the fastest speed known to human kind. Yes faster than a plummeting Moser safe. Can I pour catch up pondering sauce that fast ?
You need six fingers, quick.
This might put a really bad spin on the morning coffee…
Or a really good one,
I love yellow flowers, especially when they’re descended from purples.
I love the yellow flower. And I cannot begin to imagine all the colors that might come from the next cross with this seedling. Thanks linhah !
Love the photos!
I may have to do a few ‘long’ crosses on this one to see what the color variation is in the next generation. I am fairly sure they won’t just be yellow. Glad you like it susan !