By: Ted L Petit and John P Peat
296 pages, 1264 col photos
Describes and illustrates many of the daylily hybrids from a small group of species in the genus Hemerocallis. The parent species are also included, but the focus is on the amazing developments that have been achieved through hybridization. Close-up photographs show the detailed characteristics that hybridizers look for and work for. Each photo is accompanied by a thorough description of the daylily's colour, size, bloom season, and parentage. In addition to the pictorial encyclopedia, the book offers extensive information on cultivation and hybridization.
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