A cultivar has been registered when its description and an acceptable name have been approved and published annually in a printed publication of general distribution (The Checklist) by the registrar, who is appointed by the American Hemerocallis Society, the official international authority for all Hemerocallis registrations. The name(s) of the originator is also recorded. Only one cultivar may be registered under a given name.

More information on registering a daylily may be found on this web page


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The American Daylily Society