Friday, September 2, 2011

2112 Introduction - Part 2

The heat continues here in Tennessee. We just had the driest month in history (at least since they started keeping records), 0.01" of rain for the month of August. Also, this was the third hottest month on record. Jean says we are seeing a new variety of mosquito, one that is bigger and has stripes on it's wings. Just what we need, a mosquito capable of drawing enough blood for a transfusion.

Lining out is finished here at Chattanooga Daylilies. This is probably the least we have ever done. At this rate, we may not do any next year. I have approximately 3000 seedlings in No. 38 seed trays that someone could pick up pretty reasonable. If you are interested, call me or email me at leepickles@epbfi.com.

2012 Introduction No. 2

H. 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy'

28" M SEv EMO Ext 6". 5-way branching, 27 buds. Petals 3”, sepals 1¾”.
s/f ... $100.00 ... d/f ... $150.00
    This flower is a very clean regal velvety purple with a faint watermark of white. Deep ruffled white edges with a yellow throat leading to a green heart. Opens well every morning. The scape is well branched with lots of buds. A garden show flower admired by visitors. Fertile in the greenhouse. 
No. 8067 (Mandalay Bay Music X Larry Allen Miller)

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Lee

3 comments:

  1. Another wowzer, Lee. Gorgeous!

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  2. Seeker, thanks for looking at my blog. Glad you are enjoying the images.

    -Lee

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  3. its color is fantastic ! great job !

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