daylilies with lavender, purple and mauve flowers that are listed below
are in good supply. We have smaller numbers of many other lavender,
purple and mauve flowered daylilies. We ship healthy double-fan
divisions or clumps (4-5 fans), unless other-wise indicated.
Occasionally, low stock varieties and some new introductions will be
shipped as single fans. Our guarantee still applies.
used, in sequence:
- Flower size
Dormant (foliage goes totally brown in early winter)
Extra early blooming
- Late midseason
- 4-5 fans
- Semi-evergreen ( may retain a small portion of
green foliage during winter)
- Early blooming
M. - Honorable Mention
- Evergreen ( reacts the same as Semi-evergreen here in the
- Early midseason
C. - Junior Citation of American Hemerocallis Society
Softly recurved, bi-tone blooms are rose-lavender and lemon yellow. The delicately riffled, rose-lavender petals have wide, cream midribs and pencil line edging, and slightly deeper lavender-wine eyezone, with the sepals being a slightly courtouroy-textured lemon-yellow color. Yellow-gold stamens emerge from a chartreuse heart that transitions upward into a large sunburst-gold throat. Extended blooming. AM and H.M. Awards.
This vibrant four inch polychrome flower will bring an exciting end to the summer garden. The beautiful melon background color is lightly infused with lavender and has
a strong lavender midrib that gives this beauty an extra graceful pizzazz. At Tranquil Lake Nursery, this daylily has been drawing comments of exclamation since we began
growing it. The scapes are well branched with twenty plus buds that yield a solid sequence of bloom into mid September.
Opens well on those cool late summer nights.
BLUEBERRY TRUMPETS (Sobek) 47", D., E., 3 ¼" $25.00
Only a miniature, but what an extraordinary color break Bob has found
in this hybrid for our early bloom season. Trumpet like flowers of deep blue-purple with a pleasing creamy green throat tower above the other perennials in the spring garden. Not an unusual bud count at 18 buds per scape, but its multiple scapes, height and color say, “Hey, look at me.” It may seem like a flash appearance but a fabulous color especially when grown with the contrast of other early daylilies like SUZIE WONG or NEON YELLOW. Worth owning for many reasons. Introduced by
Tranquil Lake Nursery in 2006.
edge this refined lavender and yellow bi-color flower.
Complimentary light lavender sepals, white midribs, and a yellow green
throat enhance the form. Makes a distinctive display in the June garden. Introduced by Tranquil Lake Nursery in 1994.
ELEANOR LOUISE (Lachman) 24”, D., M., 6 ½” (T) $18.00
Beautiful child of Lady Liz. Large pink flower, with darker edge
and wide petals lightly washed with lavender, fading to pinkish
cream into the center of the petals with white midribs. Plicata
color pattern and cream-yellowthroat with green center. Neatly
crimped, ruffled and diamond dusted. Top quality. Introduced
by Tranquil Lake Nursery in 1990.
Small flowered gold blend with a faint pale purple overlay that creates a subtle yet intriguing look to the bloom. Light midribs radiate back to empty into a broad cream throat with a small green center. Recurved sepals are cream. Good bud count. Introduced by Tranquil Lake Nursery in 2003.
building stock on the following lavender and mauve flowered
daylilies. They will be available in future years:Altamira; Am I Blue; Aubergine; Beauty Mark; Blue Connection;
Blue Happiness; Bold Baron; Canadice; Captain Russell;
Chicago Cattleya; Chicago Jewel; Chicago Knobby;
Chicago Royal Robe; Chicago Sugar Plum; Chicago Two Bits; Dawn Treader;
Decator Port; Enjoy; Fancy Illusion;
Florissant Valley; French
Porcelain; Grape Velvet; Gray Horizon;
Gunmetal; Hattie Woods; Hint of
Lavender; In the Purple; Jean; Jockey Club; Knights Bridge; Lavender Tonic;
Little Neka; Mandrakos; Mariachi; Maw Maw; Mighty Mogul; Mist Maiden; More Numinous
Moments; Mosiah; Mountain Violet; Mulberry Crown; Nairobi; Nairobi
Night; Notorious; Olive Baily Langdon; Olivier
Monette; Onawa; Palace Pearls; Palace Purple; Persian Plum; Persiflage; Pony; Purple Pigment;
Ricky Ricardo; Ron Dunn; Rose Talisman;
Roy Winterburn Smith; Sammy; Siloam Merle Kent;
Siloam Royal Prince; Siloam Tiny Tim; Silver Ice;
Sinbad Sailor; Sing the Blues; Singapore Orchid; Song of Soloman;
Super Purple; Tammas; Thumb Print; Tiffany Jane; Veiled Prophet; and Wind