Bob's Daylilies

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  • Hemerocallis ‘Beware of Attack Gardener’ Bob’s daylily Z 4-10

    Burgundy petals with golden centers

    $9.95/bareroot

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    Hemerocallis ‘Beware of Attack Gardener’ Bob’s daylily Z 4-10

    Robert Koehne (April 1971-September 2014) Bob was a good personal friend and very enthusiastic gardener – perennially cheerful.  He loved his wife and two children and daylily breeding.  These daylilies are his “children” too.  He bred them, named them and registered them.  He died of colon cancer too soon – before he could grow grey with Darby or see his kids or his daylilies grow up.  We are growing on his daylilies.  This year we have only a few to sell but in time these will multiply, hopefully like rabbits. The proceeds go to his family.

    Tetraploid daylily with burgundy petals with golden centers.  Stripes start golden at center and turn almost white by the point of the petal.  Blooms in July.

  • Hemerocallis ‘Black Dirt Live Again’ Bob’s daylily Z 4-10

    Flat and open burgundy-purple petals and a yellow center

    $9.95/bareroot

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    Hemerocallis ‘Black Dirt Live Again’ Bob’s daylily   Z 4-10

    Robert Koehne (April 1971-September 2014) Bob was a good personal friend and very enthusiastic gardener – perennially cheerful.  He loved his wife and two children and daylily breeding.  These daylilies are his “children” too.  He bred them, named them and registered them.  He died of colon cancer too soon – before he could grow grey with Darby or see his kids or his daylilies grow up.  We are growing on his daylilies.  This year we have only a few to sell but in time these will multiply, hopefully like rabbits. The proceeds go to his family.

    Tetraploid daylily with flat and open burgundy-purple petals and a yellow center.   Blooms in July.

  • Hemerocallis ‘Boozin Susan’ Bob’s daylily Z 4-10

    Deep orange petals with a hint of a ruffle and a yellow stripe leading down to a yellow center.

    $9.95/bareroot

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    Hemerocallis ‘Boozin Susan’ Bob’s daylily   Z 4-10

    Robert Koehne (April 1971-September 2014) Bob was a good personal friend and very enthusiastic gardener – perennially cheerful.  He loved his wife and two children and daylily breeding.  These daylilies are his “children” too.  He bred them, named them and registered them.  He died of colon cancer too soon – before he could grow grey with Darby or see his kids or his daylilies grow up.  We are growing on his daylilies.  This year we have only a few to sell but in time these will multiply, hopefully like rabbits. The proceeds go to his family.

    Tetraploid daylily  with deep orange petals with a hint of a ruffle and a yellow stripe leading down to a yellow center.  Blooms in July.

  • Hemerocallis ‘Florentine Opera’ Bob’s daylily Z 4-10

    Flat burgundy petals with a hint of ruffle leading to a yellow center

    $9.95/bareroot

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    Hemerocallis ‘Florentine Opera’ Bob’s daylily  Z 4-10

    Robert Koehne (April 1971-September 2014) Bob was a good personal friend and very enthusiastic gardener – perennially cheerful.  He loved his wife and two children and daylily breeding.  These daylilies are his “children” too.  He bred them, named them and registered them.  He died of colon cancer too soon – before he could grow grey with Darby or see his kids or his daylilies grow up.  We are growing on his daylilies.  This year we have only a few to sell but in time these will multiply, hopefully like rabbits. The proceeds go to his family.

    Tetraploid daylily with flat burgundy petals with a hint of ruffle leading to a yellow center.  A yellow stripe makes its way about halfway out each petal.  Blooms in July.