Barb's Picks

What's Hot This Week?

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    This Week's Picks...

    Want to see what's hot at Walters Gardens, Inc? Check out Barb's Perennial Picks of the Week! This photo flyer shows a select group of perennials that are looking great this week. Don't miss out on these hot items! To view a current availability, click the link below.

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    Hemerocallis 'Blackthorne'

    HMBLTG1, HMBLTG2 (Trimmer) One of the very best! Very light creamy yellow blossoms with a hint of peach display a prominent, wine purple eye and matching picotee edge half way up the petals. Chartreuse throat and ruffled petals. Reblooms well here in Michigan.

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    Hemerocallis 'Cherokee Star'

    HMCHSG1 (Santa Lucia) Incredibly impressive, huge 7” flowers are true cherry red with a prominent yellow throat that radiates out onto the softly recurved petals. Strong, branched scapes. Excellent impulse appeal at retail and showy in the landscape.

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    Hemerocallis EARLYBIRD ORIOLE™

    HMEBOG1, HMEBOG2 (Apps-Blew) Ruffled pumpkin orange blossoms have a deep orange eyezone that highlights a yellow throat. Petals have attractive ruffling that shows off rounded petals and unique coloration

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    Hemerocallis 'El Desperado'

    HMELDG1, HMELDG2 (Stamile) This popular daylily is absolutely stunning when planted en masse. In late summer, it produces masses of large, light mustard to butter-yellow flowers with a wine-purple eye and matching picotee edge half way up the petals.

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    Hemerocallis 'Fire King'

    HMFIKG1 (Benz) An improvement over older orange daylilies. Brilliant orange flowers with heavily ruffled petals, a slightly darker red-orange halo, and a yellow-orange throat are produced atop strong, straight, well-branched, heavily budded scapes.

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    Hemerocallis 'Garden Show'

    HMGASG1, HMGASG2 (Carpenter) One of the best in its color class. Produces loads of large 6”, lavender-mauve flowers with a prominent citron yellow throat. Highly fragrant selection. Compact, proportional habit with well-branched scapes. Rebloomer.

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    Hemerocallis RAINBOW RHYTHM® 'Going Bananas'

    HMGBAG1, HMGBAG2 (Meyer/Walters Gardens, Inc.) An improved 'Happy Returns' with larger flowers and nearly continuous bloom right into early fall. Lemon yellow flowers open fully just above the foliage, typically 10-15 per scape. Not recommended for overwintering in containers.

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    Hemerocallis 'Judy Judy'

    HMJUJG1, HMJUJG2 (Rasmussen) 6”, lavender flowers are strongly fragrant, with a frilly, ruffled yellow picotee edge and a prominent creamy yellow throat with lighter color midribs. Similar to 'Ida's Magic' but a stronger grower, according to Arthur Kroll.

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    Hemerocallis 'Mighty Chestnut'

    HMMCHG1, HMMCHG2 (Blaney) Totally unique color, guaranteed to stand out from the crowd. Aptly named, it produces russet red-orange (some call it chestnut), fragrant blossoms with a deep burgundy eye and gold throat. Majestic flower form. Strong, well-branched and budded scapes.

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