Natural Selection Daylilies

Where the extrodinary is common

Snow "Almost" White

(2016 Faulkner)--Diploid 3.5" flower...24" tall

"Snow Almost White' got her name from the fact that she's not stark white, rather a creamy white. There was some discussion early this year on the AHS Robin and people were disappointed in many daylilies that were sold as white, yet when they bloomed they were not white. So to not disappoint those expecting extreme white, I decided to add clarification in the name to leave no doubt.
"Snow" came from a cross of "Blueberry Breakfast" I did looking for well-branched patterns. Not expecting a white to come from this cross I was rather surprised when one did. If you know BB it is branched like a this daylily can be valuable as well for producing that type of kid.