Hemerocallis 'Stella De Oro' (Breeder Walter Jablonski 1975). Awarded the Stout Silver Medal in 1984. Diploid. Flowers yellow, fragrant, diameter 7cm.Repeated winner.Location: Sun and semi-shade, soil moderately moist, medium fertility.Growth 30-35 cm. Flowering time VI-VIII.
Hemerocallis 'Crimson Pirate' (Hans Peter Sass, 1951). With large flowers (diameter 15 cm). The dark cherry-red flowers have a yellow pharynx. One of the oldest spider-flowered or spider-flowered varieties. Flowering time July-August. Height 65-75 cm. Holidaymaker. Diploid. It belongs to the classic of day lilies. Awards: Honoral Mention Medal in 1955 by the American Hemerocallis Society.
Hemerocallis 'Moses Fire' (Enman R. Joiner, 1998). Full-bodied, flaming red with a greenish pharynx. Flower size 15 cm. Blooms in July-August. Height 55 cm. Repeat winner. Holidaymaker. Tetraploid. A very remarkable variety. Awards: 2005 Award of Merit Medal; 2001 Honoral Mention Medal by the American Hemerocallis Society.
Sunny habitat, also tolerates light shade and moderately moist to moist nutrient-rich soil. Does not tolerate stagnant water, good drainage required. To create a beautiful group, 3 plants could be planted at a distance of 60 - 90 cm. Unpretentious, can grow quite a long time in one place. However, it should be fertilized from time to time in order to bloom better. After flowering, the flower stalks could be cut off, especially in repeated flowering. Propagated after flowering or in early spring.
Hemerocallis 'Entrapment'. Very decorative flower. The color of the flowers is light purple, the pharynx is yellow, a lighter stripe is formed in the middle of the petals, and a ruffled edge. Blooms from July to August. Height 50-60 cm.
Hemerocallis 'Frans Hals' (Wilmer Flory, 1955). Height 60 cm. Flower size 12 cm. Brick red petals alternate with yellow petals. Neel is yellow. The color may vary. Easily distinguishable from other varieties. Flowering time later than average. Holidaymaker. Diploid