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Abbreviations used in this catalog include:
SEASON: E = EARLY, M = MIDSEASON, L = LATE
COMMENTS: RE = REBLOOM, EXT = EXTENDED BLOOM (>16 hrs.),
F = FRAGRANT, VF = VERY FRAGRANT, NOC = NOCTURNAL (opens the prior evening/night), GT = GREEN THROAT, Db = DOUBLE, UF=UNUSUAL FORM – (Crispate=pinched, twisted or quilled petals), (Cascading=curling petals), (Spatulate=petals wider at the end)
FOLIAGE: DOR = DORMANT, SEV = SEMI-EVERGREEN, EV = EVERGREEN
AWARDS AND YEAR:
A. T. Giles - outstanding small flower (3-4.5")
I. Munson - outstanding double
H. Olson - best spider or spider variant
Fischer – outstanding miniature (<3” diameter)
Stevens - best eyed or banded flower
E. Foster - outstanding late-blooming cultivar
R. Munson - outstanding patterned cultivar
L/W – Lambert/Webster – best unusual form
Extra Large Diameter (ELD) – cultivar > 7” Early Season Bloom (ESB) – cultivar registered as E or EE
Lenington All-American – outstanding performance in multiple regions
JC - junior citation, outstanding newly introduced cultivars
HM - honorable mention - cultivars of excellent quality and performance
AM - award of merit - given to 10 cultivars annually
Stout - highest award given by American Hemerocallis Society