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Decorations are making their appearance and children are excited. Beyond the glittery wrapped gifts that will soon await many sleepless young ones, it is that time of year when people gather to celebrate the holidays and the coming of a new year. It is a season of reflection, and one of gratitude for everything and everyone in our lives. We stop making excuses and visit with those we love. A time when we set aside differences and wish happiness for everyone. And, it all starts with a meal. Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to share memories, laughs and good food. So, in the spirit of enjoying the holidays, we thought we would share a few details on daylilies with names fitting for a feast.

Joyful Occasion

Here is a multiple award-winning extended bloomer. This stunner is a deep pink self with green throat and ruffled edging. Honorable Mention 1982, Award of Merit 1985. Flower diameter is 6″.


Cherry Eyed Pumpkin

Another award-winning daylily. This rebloomer is orange with a  red eyezone above a gold throat. It has ruffled edging and is an extended bloomer. Honorable Mention 1995. Flower diameter is 6”.


Cranberry Zinger

Sweeter than any sauce served on Thanksgiving. Pink with cranberry edging above a yellow throat. This daylily is both an extended and nocturnal bloomer. Flower diameter is 6.5”.


Scrump Delicious

With all the delightful eats on Thanksgiving, Scrump Delicious is the perfect name for an extended blooming daylily. It is amber with yellow, brown, orange triple edging above a green to yellow throat. It is also a rebloomer and has a flower diameter of 6”.



Just like its namesake, this bloom is both yummy-looking and fragrant. It is brown, orange with a purple eyezone above a green throat. Flower diameter is 4.5”.



With feast inspired names like these, it makes one eager to sit down at the dinner table and indulge in the fixings. May the holiday season bring you and yours happiness, love, joy, and hope.



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