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.
Paeonia officinalis 'Rubra Plena'. Plant height 60-70 cm, flower diameter 14 cm. The flower of our grandmothers' gardens. Bright red, medium-sized and dense, devoid of hemispherical inflorescence. Very early. A suitable place for growing is a sunny to semi-shady place protected from wind, with a fairly moist, fertile soil. The soil must be deeply cultivated and have a neutral to weakly acidic reaction.
Phlox paniculata (variety unknown) Similar to 'Adessa Orange'. Grows up to 80 cm in height and up to 90 cm wide. Phlox with special reddish-orange flowers. Suitable for sunny, moderately moist soil. Blooms from mid-summer to early autumn.