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Auction is for 5 seeds from the cross of RED ROCKS X HEAVENLY QUEEN OF SHEBA.
*RED ROCKS (Pierce G.) 1453-A ((When Royals Dream x sdlg) x Red Bull) TET SEV EMRE 40”, 6.5” flower, 7 way branching, 40 Buds.
I’ll say it again. Breeding for the ultimate modern red daylily is by far my toughest challenge.
So to meet this challenge is RED ROCKS. Ruffled, ruffled, and ruffled, this true red has lots of ruffles. Large and quite round with a green throat, RED ROCKS is an improvement over Red Bull. RED ROCKS rocks a tremendous thick scape and is nicely pod fertile, because I know you are going to want to put pollen on her… Again like all my introductions RED ROCKS does not hang and is nice and flat. This was not to be introduced until 2016 so she is scarce. Limited. Luckily she makes prolifs. Fertile both ways.
Heavenly Queen of Sheba
(Gossard, James) 2016 introduction
(Unknown ) x (tet peppermint Delight)
Seedling Number :mikepepd
Tetraploid 27" Early Midseason Semi-Evergreen emo fr 8.5" 3-4 way branching 18-22 buds. Fertile both ways. Rebloomer.
Very Good rust resistance. Northern Hardy.
Flowers of Heavenly Queen of Sheba are rose red with lighter watermark and green throat.
OUR SEEDS WERE PRODUCED IN OUR GARDEN. WHILE WE RECOGNIZE THERE ARE SOME 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. UNLESS OUR SEEDS HAVE TWO 2017 INTRODUCTIONS AS PARENTS, YOU KNOW THAT AT LEAST ONE PARENT CAN HANDLE COLD WEATHER.
WE WILL SHIP WORLD-WIDE TO COUNTRIES WITH NO RESTRICTIONS ON SEED. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER TO KNOW THEIR COUNTRY'S IMPORTATION REQUIREMENTS. WE SHIP TO COUNTRIES OTHER SELLERS REFUSE TO. WE HAVE SUCCESSFULLY SHIPPED TO EVERY CONTINENT.
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. DUE TO THE RECENT POSTAL INCREASES, SHIPPING FEES ARE $3 FOR UNITED STATES SHIPMENTS, $9 FOR CANADIAN SHIPMENTS AND $13 FOR ALL INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS.
WE ARE HAPPY TO HOLD YOUR "PAID-FOR" SEEDS AS LONG AS NECESSARY TO MINIMIZE YOUR SHIPPING COSTS.
WE MUST COLLECT 7.25% STATE SALES TAX FROM ILLINOIS RESIDENTS EVEN WHEN WE ARE SELLING FROM ALABAMA.
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