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.
Hemerocallis 'Ed Murray' (Grovatt 1971). The dark red flowers have a greenish pharynx. Does not fade in the sun. Height 70cm, flower size 10 cm. Awarded the three highest and many more awards: the Stout Medal in 1981, which is awarded only to the most outstanding varieties; 1978 Award of Merit Medal; 1975 Honoral Mention Medal by the American Hemerocallis Society.
Hemerocallis ‘Green Mystique’ (Stamile, 2002). Flowers creamy yellow with a light green tinge, core yellowish green. Aromatic. Petals edged at the edges. Flower diameter up to 15 cm. Height 60-70 cm. Blooms from late spring to late summer.
Hemerocallis 'Òrange Nassau' (Heemskerk 2011) Diploidne. Talveks lehestik kaob. Taime kõrgus 60 cm. Õie läbimõõt 14cm, oranzi värvi õied, keskmise suurusega kroonlehed, tugevalt gofreeritud servaga. Õitseb hooaja keskel. Kasvukoht päikseline.
Hemerocallis 'Little Missy' (Cruse 1975). Semi-evergreen. Grows to a height of 35-40 cm. Simple. Flower diameter up to 7 cm, purple flowers with white edges and yellowish-green core. Flowering time is June-August. Suitable for semi-shady habitats and moist or moderately moist soils.
Paeonia lactiflora ‘Shirley Temple’ (Smirnow 1948). The podium is tall and vigorous, h 100 cm. Early bloom, flowers large, light pink, well-filled and fragrant. The variety is suitable for cut flowers, the variety is named after the actor Shirley Temple.