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Ordering Information for 2018
Shipping within Canada Only
Prices are for double fans.
For availability, please email cakincaid 'at' eastlink.ca ('at' = @) or phone (902) 543-1988
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The availability of your plants will be confirmed by email and reserved for a period two weeks.
Payment must received within two weeks of confirmation to secure your reserved plants
or the plants will be re-added to the inventory listing.
There is a minimum order of $100 (before shipping)
for areas west of New Brunswick.
You may combine an order with a friend to reach the minimum, but the plants will be shipped to
one address. If you choose this option, please send the combined order together (as one).
If you are a recipient of an AHS membership voucher, as a new member or for an upgraded membership,
your voucher can be applied on your plant total. Vouchers dated Jan 1, 2018 and later are redeemed for $25.
Please send your voucher with your payment.
Payment by cheque or Money Order to:
42 Pickings Lane
Upper LaHave, NS
Payments may also be made by
"Interact-e-Transfer" through your bank
to the email address noted above
Please make remittance payable to: Coral Kincaid
Due to personal commitments in May 2018, the majority of orders will not be shipped until June.
If time permits, and your order does not contain any plants that have not grown
out of the winter 'blahs', you might receive your order in May. No promises.
Please keep this in mind if you need your order earlier.
PLANT PREPARATION FOR SHIPPING
Plants are dug, washed, dried and trimmed of excess leaves and roots
before packing. Plants with an equal balance of foliage and roots re-establish quickly,
growing new roots and foliage as it acclimatizes to its new location.
Please ensure you remember to keep your new plantings
of daylilies well watered for the first year.
SHIPPING - Mail Orders will be shipped via Canada Post Expedited Parcel.
Orders may be picked up in person to save on shipping.
Advance notice is necessary to have your order ready for you.
This method is popular for those within driving distance
as there are many excellent nurseries in the area.
If you prefer to have your plants shipped on a
specific date, please let me know when you place your order.
* indicates plant is Tetraploid
|An asterisk denotes Tetraploid: all others are Diploid|
|Form||Form of flower as registered with the American Hemerocallis Society|
|Foliage Habit||E (evergreen, tries to grow all year whenever
the weather is mild)
Sev (semi-evergreen, some foliage stays green in the winter)
D (dormant in winter, plant goes underground & does not show foliage until the next spring)
|Bloom Season||EE (extra early)
EM (early mid-season)
VL (very late)
|AHS Awards||National Convention Garden Tour Awards:
President's Cup - is awarded to the hybridizer of the cultivar considered to be the most outstanding of all clumps observed by attendees of the National Convention tour gardens.
Florida Sunshine Cup - is awarded to the hybridizer of the cultivar considered to be the best small or miniature flowered clump observed by attendees of the AHS National Convention tour gardens.
Ned Roberts Spider/Unusual Form Award - is to be given annually at the AHS National Convention for the most outstanding Spider or Unusual Form cultivar blooming in a clump in a convention tour garden, as voted by attending AHS members.
Georgia Doubles Appreciation Award - is presented to the hybridizer of the cultivar considered to be the best registered double flowered clump observed by attendees of the AHS National Convention tour gardens.
|Annual Awards and Honors|
|Stout Silver Medal - The highest award a cultivar can receive
is the Stout Silver Medal, given in memory of Dr. Arlow Burdette Stout,
who is considered to be the father of modern daylily breeding in North
Award of Merit (AM) - Established in 1950, this award is given to signify that a cultivar is not only distinctive and beautiful, but also performs well over a wide geographic area. The award is made each year to the twelve cultivars receiving the most votes by the garden judges under the following formula: A cultivar must receive votes from at least half of the AHS regions, and not more than one-third of the total votes credited to a cultivar shall come from any one region.
Honorable Mention (HM) - Established in 1950, this award is the first official "stamp of approval" by the AHS, where good performance goes beyond the regional level.
To win, a cultivar must receive a minimum of fifteen votes (starting in 2010, twenty votes will be required to achieve the HM). These votes must come from no fewer than four different AHS regions. In voting for this award, Garden Judges must cast their votes only for cultivars observed in their own region.
Lenington All-American Award Winner is given annually since 1970 to the daylily voted the best performer over a wide geographic area.
Extra Large Diameter Award - Established in 2005 to recognize outstanding extra large flower diameters.
Early Season Bloom Award - Established in 2005 to recognize outstanding early season blooming daylilies.
Donn Fischer Memorial Cup Annual award for the most outstanding miniature (under 3").
Annie R. Giles Award - Annual award for the most outstanding small flower whose greatest width is 3" or more, but less that 4.5". Voted by AHS Garden Judges.
Ida Munson Award - Annual award given for the most outstanding double flower. Voted by Garden Judges.
Don C. Stevens Award - Annual award for the most outstanding eyed or banded daylily. Voted by Garden Judges.
Eugene S. Foster Award - Annual award given for the outstanding late-blooming cultivar. Voted by Garden Judges.
Harris Olson Spider Award - Annual award voted for the most outstanding spider. Voted by Garden Judges.
Lambert/Webster Award - Annual award for the most outstanding unusual form. Voted by Garden Judges.
R.W. Muson Jr. Award - Annual award for the most outstanding distinctly patterned daylily. Voted by Garden Judges.
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