OUR LAST DAY TO SHIP IN 2018 WILL BE DECEMBER 19. WE WILL RESUME OUR NORMAL SHIPPING SCHEDULE ON JANUARY 7, 2019 FROM ALABAMA.
AUCTION IS FOR 5 SEEDS FROM THE CROSS OFRIFTWALKER X IMPACT ZONE.
POD PARENT HYBRIDIZER'S DESCRIPTION:
RIFTWALKER (Salter, 2017)
height 29 in.(74 cm), bloom 5 in.(13 cm), season M, Rebloom, Evergreen, Tetraploid, Bright lavender purple with precise, intricate eye pattern of violet, gray, and cream, around a bright lime throat. POLLEN PARENT HYBRIDIZER'S DESCRIPTION:
(Gossard, James) 2018 introduction
(Get Jiggy) x (Butterfly Ripples x tetra Pattern Maker)
Seedling number G-985
Tetraploid 34" Late season Dormant emo fr 5.5" 3-4 way branching 18-24 buds. Fertile both ways. Rebloomer. Very good rust resistance. USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 4-10.
Impact Zone is hands down my FINEST pattern introduction to date. It has taken YEARS just to obtain the parents to create this magnificent daylily. I first bloomed Pattern Maker, a diploid, selected it as a seedling, grew it out and decided it was worthy of introduction, THEN selected it from my introductions as being worthy to convert to a tetraploid. After a couple of years waiting and successfully converting it, I crossed it with my butterfly ripples and selected the best 4 seedlings from that cross for future introduction. One of those seedlings served as the pollen parent for Impact Zone. The Genetics alone are worth thousands of dollars. Impact zone is UNEQUALED in clean background, consistent broken patterning, and a uniquely tricolored eye with a starburst pattern in the eye. This flower is a hard dormant- hardy and vigorous even as far north as Wisconsin where it has been tested in their harsh winters. I have AMAZING futures coming from this line. This is my most highly recommended daylily this year. One I have worked Years to achieve. This one is a midseason standout, 4 way branching and 22 buds, reblooms on a Fantastic plant.......$200 SF, $375 DF SOLD OUT.
THESE SEEDS HAVE BEEN AIR DRIED AND WILL HAVE BEEN IN THE REFRIGERATOR FOR AT LEAST 3 WEEKS BY AUCTIONS END.
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 AFTER LAST WINTER. UNLESS OUR SEEDS HAVE TWO 2018 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. SHIPPING FEES ARE $3 FOR UNITED STATES SHIPMENTS, $9 FOR CANADIAN SHIPMENTS AND $13 FOR ALL OTHER 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.