$75.00 Double Fan
’13 (6-93B) is a tall orchid with a wide yellow edge and a yellow to green throat. It blooms early in the season and continues well into the late season. Sturdy scapes hold the large blooms well above the foliage. Named for a giggling grandson. E, 38”, 6.5”, three-way branching, 15 buds. Sev. Tet. Roger Herr X Bella Sera.
$55.00 Double Fan
'13 (4-311A) Glowing orange red with a wire gold edge and a yellow orange throat. Great plant habit. Introduced at the 2013 region 3 Summer meeting. EMO, reblooms, L, 34", 5.5", four-way branching, 16 buds. Dor., Tet. Apache War Dance x Alexa Kathryn.
$70.00 Double Fan
’13 (7-193C) is a sturdy rose blend with a wide watermark and a yellow to green throat. M, 39”, 8”, three-way branching 10 buds. Colorful, tall and commands attention. Dor., Tet. Tall Dark And Handsome X Webster’s Pink Wonder.
$70.00 Double Fan
’13 (8-227B) is a lemon yellow high percentage poly that inherited its great branching and budcount from its pollen parent, Fours Are Wild, and it’s wide star form from it’s pod parent, Star Poly. Approximately 90 % polymerous. It often throws 5 x 5’s. Fertile both ways. A repeat bloomer that is a welcome addition to the gene pool of high percentage polys. E, 39”, 6”, five-way branching, 22 buds., Re., Dor. Dip. Fours Are Wild X Star Poly.
$60.00 Double Fan
’13 (6-331A) is a velvety burgundy Unusual Form cascade with a lighter watermark and a white midrib and edge that twists and twirls on branches high above the foliage. Fertile both ways. Named by daylily friend Cynthia Marriott. M, 40”, 6.5”, five-way branching, 22 buds. Fr., Dor., Dip. Margo Reed Indeed X Shuffle The Deck.
$65.00 Double Fan
’13 (7-219B) is a luminous fuchsia spidery double Unusual Form cascade with a bright yellow/orange throat. It is a robust grower and could be used in a double spider program. It won best double/poly/multiform at the 2015 DVDS show. Strubbly is a Pennsylvania Dutch word for unkempt hair. ML, 35”, 5.5”, four-way branching, 18 buds. Dor., Dip. Jo Barbre X Double Pom Pom.