A form of sculpting that refers to daylily flowers with appendages of extra petal tissue growing from the midrib or elsewhere on the surface of the petals. Cristation can occur on single and double daylilies, but a cristate single daylily is not classified as a double.
Photo by Charmaine Rich, used with permission. Cultivar: ‘Sigourney’ (Hanson-C. 2008)
Photo by Jack Carpenter, used with permission. Cultivar: ‘Texas Feathered Fancy’ (Carpenter-J. 2006)
Photo: Paul Owen, used with permission. H. ‘Little Miss Lucy’ (Owen-P. 2010)
‘Kevin Walek’ (Stamile ’98)
Photo by Patrick Stamile, used with permission.
H. ‘Southport’ (Trimmer 2002) Photo credit: Dan Trimmer, used with permission.