$25.00 Double Fan
The Woodlands series, of spider & unique form daylilies, presents the gardener & landscaper with graceful blooms. Suitable for any garden, urban or cottage, the Woodlands series is perfect for naturalizing any setting. The line is out of Arlow Stouts 1953 introduction, Poinsettia. Those who are familiar with Poinsettia know of it’s fabulous candelabra branching, which it readily passes on to it’s offspring.
Woodlands Spotted Newt carries up-facing blooms that feature a cadmium yellow throat, extending to mid ribs of the same color, accenting a rusty red ochre self, with a dark chevron band. The frequent petal spotting is variable, depending on temp & humidity. This phenomenon seems to be a cloaking of the red over the yellow base, & is not seen on the sepals. Scapes are stately. Foliage is medium green & arched. Blooms are colorfast. It is pod & pollen fertile. Spider ratio is 4.75 X 1.
Poinsettia X Aabachee
Form: Up facing spider
Spider ratio: 4.75:1
BR: 7 way (4 laterals under a terminal W)
BC: 38 - 42 average
Bloom size: 5.5”
Mid / Late season
Note: Woodlands Spotted Newt won Outstanding Spider for exhibitor Nancy Rold today, 7/7/18, in the Central Missouri Hemerocallis Society flower show!