CONTENTS

CONTENTS

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Listing of Pages and Posts

On this page you will find the table of contents for my daylily sites, a complete listing of all the pages and posts. In the first section below will be the listing of pages, first at the website for Sun Dragon Daylilies and then for the Main Topic Pages for this blog. The second section will be a listing of all the posts, listed in order from oldest to newest. The Main Pages each deal with specific subjects, and multiple posts related to that subject are linked on those Main Pages. This allows you to navigate the site easier and to find specific subjects. The full post listing covers all the posts, and there will be posts there not listed in any of the pages. You can also find a list of the pages at the top of the blog, under the title.

Pages

Sun Dragon Daylilies Pages


Home Page | About/Contact | Availability Listing




Daylily BReeder Blog Main Pages (links to multiple blog posts on the page subject)


Breeding Program Overview | Breeding Daylilies | Rust Resistance | History of Daylilies | Growing Daylilies | Daylilies for Permaculture


Posts (In order from oldest to newest)



2012


Traits of Daylilies


Extremes


Pod Parent Selection



2013


What Makes A Good Daylily?


Thoughts and Observations: Inbreeding


Using Stress as a Selection Tool


Breeding For Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 1


Breeding For Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 2


Breeding For Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 3


Breeding For Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 4


Breeding For Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 5


Breeding For Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 6


Breeding For Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 7



2014


Breeding for Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 8


Breeding for Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 9


Breeding for Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 10


Breeding for Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 11


Breeding for Rust Resistance in Daylilies: Part 12


A Review of 'Identification of Pathotypes in the Daylily Rust Pathogen' with an Eye Toward Breeding for Resistance


Foliage Habits of Daylilies


Advice For the Beginning Breeder


2015



Rust Resistance: A Few Words


Wabi Sabi


Flamingos On Ice


Phoenician Royalty


Vorlon Oddity


Korean Mothers Of Pink and Purple


Elizabethan Fantasia


Contemplation Of Chaos


Wookie Goddess


Eos At Dawn


The Spice Must Flow


Temple Of Bacchus


Korean Queen


Interview for Paul Lewis - Part 1


2020


Creepy Weird


Barbie's Dream Flower


Galactic Center


Heart Of The Quasar


Impressionist At Heart


Kaleidoscopic Evidence


Interview for Paul Lewis - Part 2


Misty Mountains Cold


Samwise The Brave


Peacock Eyes


Substantial Princess


Feathered Flamingo


Feathered Dragon


Substantial Angel


Tetraploid Program Main Page


New Contents Page


Tetraploid Program Overview Part 1


Tetraploid Program Four Bases Part 2


Tetraploid Program Secondary Layer Part 3


2021


Tetraploid Program Tertiary Layer Part 4


Ancient Ent


Changeable As The Weather


Dracarys


Elizabethan Argus


Elizabethan Fine Gloves


Elizabethan Minerva


Elizabethan Rainbow Portrait


Elizabethan Ruby Ring


Elven Sunburst


Emerald Trader


Evidence Of Light


Far Above The World


Little Dragon On The Prairie


Origin Of Symmetry


Solar Spiral


Substantial Impact


Substantial Impressions


Sun Dragon


The Darkness In The Light


Waterfall Ruffles


Ziggy Really Sang


Getting Clear About Color



2022


Welcome To 2022


Rust Resistance Ratings of All My Cultivars


2022 Daylily Introductions


Ancient Solar Flare


Astraea


Bard The Bowman


Black Hole Sun


Color Of The Heart


Dreams Become Things


Elizabethan Fairy Queen


Elizabethan Lace Collar


Elizabethan Royalty


Evening Substance


Explosion Of Substance


Jane Jets On


Magic Of Freya


Marilyn Munster


Old Toby


So Substantial


Solar Soul


Spice Addiction


Spice Eyes


Substantial Rosebud


Substantially Awesome


Titan Goddess


Twisted Sensibility


Welded Dragon


My Polyploid/Tetraploid Introductions as a Reflection of my Multipronged Approach to Developing My Program