Reference herein to any specific daylily cultivar, commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the American Hemerocallis Society (AHS).
Because computer color monitors vary with each manufacturer and because screen settings are controlled by the end user, the AHS is not responsible for the daylily colors as depicted on your computer monitor. Many computer monitors have high color saturation levels and may give daylily flowers a harsh look. If your color monitor is set for viewing 256 colors, try setting it at a higher color level. For a more pleasing look, adjust your brightness and contrast controls. While viewing the 1995 AHS Award-Winning Daylilies on this AHS WWW Site, we recommend that you set your color monitor to match the daylily photograph colors found on the inside front cover, inside back cover, back cover, and page 408 of the Winter 1995/1996 Issue (Volume 50, No. 4) of The Daylily Journal. Although the original AHS photographs are sharp and in focus, some definition is lost in the scanning process and by data compression.