John Kulpa Seedling, Bass Gibson offspring on the Daylily Teeth Blog

basskid John Kulpa Seedling, Bass Gibson offspring on the Daylily Teeth Blog

Bass Gibson Offspring

John Kulpa offered to share his fine example of offspring out of a first generation BASS GIBSON cross. John does not know the pollen parent. I bet it was purple, Duh… , no kidding! I’ve never seen a first generation BASS GIBSON cross with this good of color.  Nice work John! Thanks for sharing on the Daylily Teeth Blog!

Mike

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One Response to John Kulpa Seedling, Bass Gibson offspring on the Daylily Teeth Blog

  1. Mike Johnson says:

    These toothy seedlings are amazing! Ive been hybridizing backyard style for almost ten years and getting toothy daylilies to show teeth(at least at my garden) has been a chore or should I say oddysey! My immediate climate being between 2 great lakes is tempered somewhat. That coupled with the fact I fight with neighboring trees for precious sunlight the edges are few. Last year was an anomaly for my garden was at peak 3 weeks ahead!! Edges finally showed because of early heat,(at least I assumed) Some sellers say that their edges arent heat related..its just too hard to fully believe! Thats what I am working for…dormants that have edges not directly related to heat! I dont want to wait another 10 years for edges(with global warming maybe not)

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