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ANGEL IN OZ
(Herrington-K., 2008) 33 x 7 M Re D UNUSUAL FORM cascade burgundy red above a huge green throat. This is a very
special, beautiful, and distinctive daylily. As a seedling this flower won the coveted Best-in-Show Award at the Middle
Georgia Show. Katisue was swollen with pride to have a seedling win Best-In-Show which indeed is an accomplishment in
itself. Awesome is the one word that best describes this flower.  Winner of 2 Best Unusual Form Section in 2 AHS Shows.
  
$80.00
AUNT EM OF OZ
(Herrington-K., 2008)   26 x 5.5  Em Re Sev 90% DOUBLE Aunt Em (Dorothy’s Kansas Aunt) is a glowing rose bloom
that has a prevailing gold throat which compliments the rosy glow that emanates from this full form double.  It is lightly
ruffled, open and presents itself well on the scape. It blooms for a long season and is a bright spot in the garden.   
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CHRISTMAS IN OZ
(Herrington-K., 2006) 36 x 9 M Re Sev UNUSUAL FORM This 9” inch unusual form is a pink with a large bright Christmas
red chevron eyezone and vivid grass green throat changing to citron. The white midribs add to the overall bloom effect.
CHRISTMAS IN OZ displays 5 way branching and a budcount of around 36 unusual form-cascade.  Won Best Unusual
Form in its show debut in 2006. ERECT scapes and easily fertile both ways.  
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DOROTHY AND TOTO *
(Herrington-K., 2004) 30 x 6 M Re Sev. From the land of OZ you will find Dorothy and Toto in the form of a special
tetraploid double with ruffled petaloids. The color combination of this one is quite distinctive with a beautiful rose which
radiates outward from the midribs with all edges throughout the blossom becoming a pastel rose. The 100% double has
five way branching with a bud count of 22. Fertile both ways, Hybridizers Award 2008, Ida Munson Award for Best Double
2009, #1 in Region 5 Popularity Poll 2009.  
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FLYING MONKEYS
(Herrington-K., 2008) 25 x 4 Em Re D A small UNUSUAL FORM flower that is dark red with a chartreuse green throat
that has 6 way branching with 30 buds. Named for the flying monkeys of “OZ” fame, these characters have taken their
own place in popular culture just as this uniquely small unusual form daylily will one day.   
$70.00
JOURNEY TO OZ
(Herrington-K., 2003)  41 x 7 EM Re D .SPIDER 4.1 ratio (petal width of 1 5/16, a petal length of 5 ½).  Rosy red with a
wine red eye & a very green throat. 4 to 5 way branching with 25 buds with ERECT scapes. Pod & pollen fertile. Winner
Best Spider 4 times & Best-In-Show 2005-Middle Ga. Club. Displays a  multiple bloom scape.H.M. 2004.  
$25.00
LOLLIPOP KID
(Herrington-T., 2003)   22 x 2 7/8 E Re Ev Fr.  Ivory cream w/ a large grape purple eye above a green throat. 7 way
branching & 40 buds per scape.  AHS Achievement Medal winner in 2002. Won Best Miniature in Jackson,MS
show-2008, Great rebloom.
 $30.00
MAGIC OF OZ
(Herrington-H., 1996) 37 x 7 M Ext D. This lovely flower is a yellow pink blend with an intense green throat that extends 2
½" onto petals & sepals; plus it has a rose pink eyezone. Well branched scapes with multiple blossoms. AHS
Achievement Medal 1995,J.C. 1995,Region 5 Hybridizers Award 1998, 6 Best In Show’s ,H.M. 1999, AM 2003, Winner of
the Harris Olsen Spider Award 2005.  
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MAYOR OF MUNCHKINLAND  
(Herrington-T., 2010) 2.9 x 24 EmReD Remember in the “OZ” film when the scenery was transformed from black & white
to color?  Well this little gem is all about color. It has an exciting bud count of 50 plus with the well branched scapes
uniformly proportioned over the foliage. It received over 400 votes for best small flower at the AHS National in Valdosta.
It is canary yellow with a red eye that covers both the sepals and petals J.C.Award 2010.   
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MEET ME IN OZ
(Herrington-T., 2010) 7.5 x 26 M Re D UNUSUAL FORM  This purple bloom will display a quilling effect on both the
sepals and petals. Has a yellow green throat and exhibits white midribs on the petals. Has 20 buds. It represents a
milestone in hybridizing  in that it has the quilling effect on both the sepals and petals which is indeed very extraordinary.
Quilling means that the segments turn themselves along their length to form a tubular shape. Winner of the AHS
Achievement Medal at the Thomson Show.   
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MEMORIES OF OZ
(Herrington-K., 2002)  40 x 9 M Re D 30 buds,5 way branching. Precious pink color with a darker pink eye above a large
green throat. Ratio 4.17.Fertile both ways.  H.M. 2005, Harris Olsen Spider Award 2008.
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MIDNIGHT IN OZ
(Herrington-K., 2009)  26 x 6.5 M Re Sev  SPIDER Ratio 5:1.125 A dark saturated red-burgundy velvet textured spider
of fine clarity, very clear color and carrying power makes this a standout in the garden or daylily show. This embossed
texture radiates from above the bright yellow green throat to show an impression of midnight.   A vigorous plant with 4-5
way branching, 23 - 27 buds, and destined to become a classic spider. Very fertile both ways.   
$90.00
MUNCHKIN CABBAGE
(Herrington-T., 2010) 3.25 x 21 E Re D This small flower  is yellow with a huge very intense green throat surrounded by
a rose eye that covers over half the bloom. The nearer you get to the bloom the more charming this cultivar appears.
Won Best Small Seedling-Georgia Hybridizers’ Contest 2008, Albany, GA., Makes a dramatic clump in the garden.   
$75.00
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
(Herrington-K., 2008) 30 x 7 M Re Sev UNUSUAL FORM Ext. This magenta purple cascading cultivar with
erect scapes has a stunning eye  that can spill out as much as 2 “ onto the petals and sepals making it glisten
and shine. This is a must parent for streaking and bleeding colors in the throat.   Katisue described this daylily
as her new “streaking” mama for pollen and pods. 3 way branching with 15-18 buds. Fertile.   
$75.00
ODE TO OZ
(Herrington-K., 2000) 48 x 6.75 M Re D UNUSUAL FORM Cascade, 23 buds & well branched.  Palest pink cream with
light rose chevron above green throat. Best UFO in Houston,TX show 2007.A super daylily!   
$30.00
OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD
(Herrington-K., 2009)  33 x 5.5 M Re Sev UNUSUAL FORM CASCADE This amethyst purple with a darker eye & white
midribs bisecting the outer petals is absolutely electrifying. The wide yellow green throat has streaking and bleeding
colors that adds a touch of subtle beauty. The well-branched scapes are ready to stride down the yellow brick road with
Dorothy and Toto, the Tin Man, the Scarecrow, & the Lion to see the Wizard of Oz.   
$90.00
OZ'S COWARDLY LION
(Herrington-K., 2009)  33 x 5.5 M Re D  - SPIDER Ratio 4.25:1 The flower deserves the badge of courage just as the
cowardly lion did because it is all about having heart. A striking flower of contrasting colors; red with white edging and
midribs. The overall red color is very vivacious. The white edging and bright midribs  gives the flower a prominent
appearance.   
$90.00
OZ'S SCARECROW
(Herrington-K., 2009)  33 x 7 M Re Sev – UNUSUAL FORM.  Just as the scarecrow bounced along the yellow brick road,
this 7” bronze yellow blend will leap in your daylily bed.  A large striking intense green throat accents this wonderfully,
bright, and vibrant flower. The sepals often twist and curl making it an exotic and unusual cultivar. With so much going
on it is difficult to discover what it is you love the most about
OZ’S SCARECROW  without revisiting it many more times.   
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PROFESSOR MARVEL*
(Herrington-K., 2008) 22 x 6 M Re Sev  A rose pink tet DOUBLE  with 4 way branching, sturdy scapes and 15-18 buds.
The form is set off by ornate edges laced in gold. Named for the carnival showman and kindhearted fortune teller of
“OZ” fame, this flower will put on a show especially on the rebloom scapes.   
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RETURN TO OZ
(Herrington-K., 2000) 35 x 8 M Re D Unusual form Crispate 25 buds and5 way branching.  Rose tangerine blend with
rose cinnamon eye above vivid green throat.   
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ROAD TO OZ
(Herrington-K., 2008) 30 x 8.5 Em Re D SPIDER with a 5.5:1 ratio. This flower will remind you of going down
the yellow brick road to reach the Emerald City. It is light mahogany with a colossal and gleaming yellow gold
throat that dominates the entire surface of the open blossom and symbolizes the wonder of the land of “OZ”.   
$80.00
SHAMROCK EMERALD *
(Herrington-K., 2002) 30 x 5.87 M Re Ev   Yellow self above a very green throat. This flower is a very showy tet and
good breeder for green throats. Has won Best Large flower.  
$20.00
STAR OVER OZ
(Herrington-K., 2005) UNUSUAL FORM 28 x 8.5 Em Sev Re Fr  Purple (Catalog color poor-it's purple) with a green
throat and a huge distinctive star shaped yellow eye. Its unusual form is crispate and sometimes it cascades also. With 4
way branching, 27 buds, ERECT scapes, and fertile both ways, it definitely will be a star in your garden.  
$20.00
UNCLE HENRY OF OZ *
(Herrington-K., 2007) 30 x 5.5 Em Re Sev 100% DOUBLE Uncle Henry (Dorothy’s Kansas Uncle) is a glowing 5.5 bloom
showing many shades of red/orange blended together. The petaloids tend to be darker with light edging on them as well
as the petals and lighter sepals. Fertile with 4-5 way branching and up to 35 buds. It gives us about 2 ½ months of
continuous blooms.  
$45.00