(Flying Trapeze X Webster's Aggie) 7"/38"--La,Dor, Tet 20 buds,4 branches
2018 Honorable Mention, 2018 Eugene S. Foster award for best late blooming daylily,2019 RW Munson award for best patterned daylily,and 2020 Lambert-Webster award for best UFo.
Yellow UFo with variable red broken overlay. A hard dormant that goes down early. Fertile both ways. Will proliferate. I see a few blooms<5%) each year that are solid color, but even those are appealing because of the twisting of the petals. Rarely an entire scape will show all yellow blooms. I split off a fan like this and it later sent up a scape with broken color. Very nice wide-spaced branching. The colors will have different patterns on different days-see below.
All segments will twist, spatulate and cascade depending on the day. Truly nothing else is like it out there. It has the plant habit to go with a truly unique bloom,with the bonus of extending the season with something you can't wait to see each day......$150/DF---$100/SF--A FEW LEFT FOR 2021.
The broken color trait may pass on to its seedlings. Several hybridizers have gotten positive results.I have several offspring and one intro from it--Scuff Marks-2020. Below are 3 EITPF seedlings. Below those are various images of EITPF.