2008 INTRODUCTIONS - LINDA AGIN
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LACHLAN NICOLE AGIN
ALAN LANE AGIN
MCKENZIE AGIN
RED FRIDAY
NANCY'S QUILT
THREE WOMEN'S
BITTEN AG'IN
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            BOTOX
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ALABAMA'S BLEACHED BLONDS
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  THANKS TOMMY
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BOTOX






Tet, 7 x 29, 3 way branching, 16 buds, rebloom, large cream with faint pink blush and gold edge, extra thick substance.   Holds well in full sun and one I've used in my near white breeding.
ALABAMA'S BLEACHED BLONDS




Tet, 6 x 23, 3 way branching, 25 buds, rebloom, yellow with pale pink ovelay and bright yellow, extremely ruffled edge. This is a very beautiful daylily with all the ruffles and a good plant habit. Holds well in full sun and has good substance.
THANKS TOMMY


Tet, 5.75 x 23, 3 way branching, 31 buds, rebloom, cream with medium purple eye and edge with light green outer edge. I named this dayliy for Tommy Maddox. He always makes everyone on the robin laugh and I knew he liked double edged daylilies. This cutivar holds well in full sun and has good plant habit.
RED FRIDAY    HIT ME FOR SECRET

Tet, 6.5 x 28, (Startle x Fortunes Dearest), 31 buds, 3 way branching, red, rose with rose pink washed eye surrounded  by white sharks teeth, sometimes with a tint of green on pedals and sepals. This daylily has been my number 1 breeder since it's maiden bloom. It passes on good plant habit and the trait for breeding teeth is very dominant. The seedlings from this daylily are easily much more beautiful. It has produced my favorite seedlings in pinks, purples, lavenders and rich reds. Red Friday is dedicated to all the men and women in the armed forces serving here at home and around the world.
THREE WOMEN'S

Tet (Reyna x Lavender Cascades), 6 x 22, 3 way branching, 19 buds, rebloom, pale Lavender eye and edge with tightly crimped ruffles on cream background. I didn't use this daylily enough but plan to in the future. I love the tightly crimped edge on an eyed and edged plant. Named for the truly outstanding staff of  3 Women's at Brookwood Women's Medical Center.
BITTEN AG'IN



Tet (Nancy's Quilt x Toothy Seedling), 6 x 28, 4 way branching, rebloom, rose, burgundy wtih lavender blue eye and toothy edge. Not as blue as pictured but more lavender. This daylily starts out more narrow and with less teeth but later in the season really puts on a show in region 14. It is a fast increaser with very good plant habit.
MCKENZIE AGIN


Tet (Reigning Kisses x Linda Agin Seedling), 6.5 x 24, 3 way branching, 22 buds, rebloom, peach with faint halo. I have used this daylily with selfs, eyes and edges. Mckenzie Agin has very thick substance, round form and it is big. These are the traits you will get from it's seedlings. In my garden it has been a hybridizers favorite. Named for my oldest granddaughter, The Gymnist.
ALAN LANE AGIN


Tet (Startle x Fortunes Dearest), 6.5 x 29, 4 way branching, 31 buds, rebloom, Rose Red with lighter washed eye with white teeth that can have a green tint. This daylily is named for my grandson, The Runner, Alan G. Agin, III, nicknamed Lane. It has always been a garden favorite with the rich color that holds well in full sun. The teeth are not as prominent as it's sister seedling, RED FRIDAY but it easily passes on the toothy look.

LACHLAN NICOLE AGIN



TET, 4.5 x 21, 3 way branching, 21 buds, rebloom - yellow with pink overlay. Holds well in full sun. Named for my youngest granddaughter, The Dancer. A favorite of my wonderful daughter in law, Rachelle Agin. All of the blooms have long tentacle teeth with excellent plant habit and plant proportion. Eye catching garden favorite. Continuously reblooming.
NANCY'S QUILT






Tet, 5.5 x 23, 3 way branching, 24 buds, rebloom, dusty rose with lavender blue eye and edge. Pattern is also on sepals. The edge is toothy with greenish tinted teeth. When Nancy Billingslea heard I was sick she started making a quilt for me. I wanted to thank her in some small way and I immediately thought of this colorful daylily. Not as blue as pictured but shows more lavender. It is extremely fertile both ways. Plant also recognizes Oliver Billingslea for the wonderful region 14 newsletter.

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