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Talking about Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Wildest Dreams'), blue23rose wrote:

This spider daylily has been on the chopping block in my garden for years due to poor performance and some of the ugliest blooms one can imagine, but I moved it two years ago and it has performed better. The scapes are only around 2 feet tall, so the 10" blooms would look better on a taller scape. It has a very nice green throat and it is a parent to 45 other cultivars, so it must have some redeeming qualities that hybridizers are looking for.

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Talking about Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Gentle Shepherd'), bxncbx wrote:

As a semi-evergreen, Gentle Shepherd is not particularly happy in my garden. It seems to bloom every other year and has not increased much. The flowers are a creamy white. The scapes are short for me and the bud count has been very low. Overall I have been disappointed in this plant. It is in a large raised bed where it gets lots of midday sun. I was recently told by a hybridizer that GS is not a good plant for my area. I'm inclined to agree.

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Talking about Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Parfait'), blue23rose wrote:

The 4-foot scapes on Parfait are skinny and do tend to lean slightly, but never lie over. Like many older cultivars, it does not have a bloom size listed in the AHS database, but it is between 4-5 inches and has a wonderful trumpet shape. Each scape produces about 10-12 blooms and it multiplies fast, making a quick clump in just a few years.

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Talking about Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Apple Tart'), blue23rose wrote:

H. Apple Tart has been in my garden since 2008, has multiplied very well. Blooming in July, its color holds up pretty good on hot summer days, turning from an rich red to a orange. I have not seen rebloom on it at all, but the scapes have nicely spaced 3-way branching with about 20 blooms that stand well above the foliage. I have never seen rust on it.

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Talking about Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Comic Strip'), bxncbx wrote:

Although registered as a dormant, my potted Comic Strip acts more like a semi-evergreen. This explains why it hasn't multiplied well for me. Comic Strip did produce a proliferation in 2017 but it did not survive.

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