Bryan Culver worked as the 7th generation on the family dairy farm which was an original land grant from the Canadian Government until 23 years ago
when he became the manager of one of Canada's largest charities.
In the 80's, while commuting to the farm to help his aging mother with her many flower beds and gardens, he bought a few daylilies with the first being old STELLA DE ORO.
In 1993, a little test to see how to hybridize some of these daylilies became addictive and he continued to grow more and more seedlings.
Bryan registered his first daylilies in 1999 and he received his first AHS Honorable Mention Award for one of those earlier introductions, JADE PRINCESS.
Bryan educated us on how hybridizing is done, what to look for in a daylily, how to care for a daylily.....
.....some of us were smart and brought water ,umbrellas and summer hats.
3 daylilies were my favs, tho I loved them all .
|love the purple eye and ruffles|
|much more yellow than appears here.|
Now where in my tiny garden can I find room for a few of these beauties?