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AUCTION IS FOR 5 SEEDS FROM THE CROSS OF BASS GIBSON X VAN HELSING.
This exceptional flower combines eye-catching colors of bright yellow and orange with exceptionally toothy edges. Strong thick scapes with 3 to 5 branches present the flowers nicely to a height of 32 inches. The flowers open well though not early in the morning. They are sunfast until late in the evening. This hardy dormant cultivar is the child of two dormant parents: FORESTLAKE RAGAMUFFIN and a seedling of Everett Dougherty’s which is a sib to his JAGUAR. We call the bright yellow toothy seedling JAG-3.
Of the thousands of FLR seedlings I have bloomed, BASS GIBSON has the best color and the most extravagant edge.
(Rice-J 2006) 32” scapes, early midseason bloom, 5.5” flowers, 3 to 5 branches, 20 to 30 buds, dormant, easily fertile both ways, tet. (FORESTLAKE RAGAMUFFIN X Seedling
2012 Jr. Citation Winner
(2013 Polston) 26" 5.5" 4-5 Way Branching. 25 Buds. Dor, Tet.
Professor Abraham Van Helsing is a fictional character from Bram Stoker's 1897 Gothic horror novel Dracula.
"Van Helsing" is another stand-out in a continuing series of toothy daylilies from Pleasant Valley Gardens.
What makes this one introductory quality is it's clear vibrant red color, it's white teeth coupled with
4-5 way branching and high bud count. "Van Helsing" is producing outstanding seedlings which inherit the white teeth
Fertile Both Ways.
OUR SEEDS WERE PRODUCED IN OUR GARDEN. THEY WILL HAVE BEEN IN THE REFRIGERATOR FOR AT LEAST 3 WEEKS WHEN THIS AUCTION CLOSES. WHILE WE RECOGNIZE THERE ARE MANY POSITIVE REASONS FOR GREENHOUSE PRODUCTION, WE LIKE TO KNOW THAT AT LEAST ONE PARENT IS HARDY HERE IN ZONE 5. THIS IS A POSITIVE THAT EVEN MANY OF OUR FRIENDS ON THE GULF COAST VALUE AFTER LAST WINTER. UNLESS OUR SEEDS HAVE TWO 2014 INTRODUCTIONS AS PARENTS, YOU KNOW THAT AT LEAST ONE PARENT CAN HANDLE COLD WEATHER. SHIPPING WILL BE BY USPS FIRST CLASS MAIL. WE SHIP ON MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS. SEEDS ARE SHIPPED IN ZIP-LOCK BAGS ROLLED IN BUBBLE WRAP AND SENT IN A PADDED MAILER. WE CAN COMBINE UP TO 15 PACKETS IN OUR PADDED MAILERS FOR ONE SHIPPING FEE. WE WILL NOT SHIP YOUR SEEDS UNTIL YOU REQUEST US TO. SHIPPING FEES ARE $3 FOR UNITED STATES SHIPMENTS AND $6 FOR ALL INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS. WE MUST COLLECT 7.25% STATE SALES TAX FROM ILLINOIS RESIDENTS. BONUS SEEDS WILL BE INCLUDED IF PAYMENT IS RECEIVED WITHIN 10 DAYS OF AUCTIONS CLOSE.
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|SHIPPING & HANDLING FEES (Within USA):|| US$3.00|
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