We are vWe are very pleased to announce the introduction

of  9 new Avalonia cultivars for Spring 2010.

Seven are out of the hybridizing program of  Mick Morry,

 and two are the first releases by Lanny Morry.


 All nine plants are AHS registered tetraploids,

 and all are fertile both ways.

These plants were hybridized in Canada

 in Avalonia's zone 4b/5 garden and have been grown

 on both in Canada,

and in our wonderful AHS test garden,

owned and operated by Karen and Steve Newman,

in zone 7, in Delano, Tennessee.

All nine plants have proven to be very hardy

 and vigorous both north and south.

We believe that the dayglo introduction,

Maple Leaf Forever, should be of particular interest

to adventurous hybridizers

 looking for a plant that does amazingly

 interesting things when bred to diverse colours

 - from purple to white, and forms

- from bagels to spiders and unusual forms,

as it produces unique new colours,

 forms, and eyes in its kids.

Visit the section devoted to MLF or our 2009 seedlings

 to get a taste of what it has been doing here

 where we have learned to expect

the unpredictable with Maple Leaf Forever!

All plants are offered as double fans

 and shipping will begin in Spring 2010.

 Pricing is in US $. in the U.S.A.

All orders should be placed with

 Karen Newman at Delano Daylilies.

 American orders will be shipped by Karen

from Delano Daylilies

All Canadian orders will be paid in Canadian funds

and shipped by Avalonia from here in Canada.

Once again we thank Karen and Steve

for their continued commitment to and support of

our hybridizing program,

 and our wonderful webmaster Larry Longson

for bringing daylily visitors a wonderful website

with a huge selection of images of our introductions,

 future introductions, and seedlings,

 along with information on our garden and

how we grow daylilies in our northern Canadian garden.

Mick Morry
Lanny Morry
Jennifer Patterson
Avalonia Dayililies, Manotick, Ont. Canada