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Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Banana Smoothie')
Proposal: comment_edit
Status: Approved

Propid: 333131

Approved by: Calif_Sue

Jun 14, 2018 7:40 AM Body: Very nice plant. I've seen six of these huge blooms open on one scape without the scapes falling over. Scapes have very wide-spaced branching. Very vigorous, increasing quickly. I haven't been able to set a pod on it, but the pollen is good. Additional opinion: I think this is one cultivar that looks better if you keep the clump size controlled. Once it turns into a large clump, which doesn't take all that long, the blooms are too crowded and scapes have more of a tendency to lean.
Cid: 16046
Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Christmas Mimosas')
Proposal: image_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 282426

Approved by: robertduval14

Oct 30, 2016 10:27 AM Iid: 408728
Explanation: Looks like I uploaded this image twice. duplication
Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Pitter Patter')
Proposal: comment_edit
Status: Approved

Propid: 236083

Approved by: Calif_Sue

Nov 20, 2015 7:59 AM Body: This plant is not very hardy in my zone 5 garden. It has little increase and few blooms most years. I've shared a couple fans with a grower further south and she had the same experience. It seems to like the new location I moved it to better, so I would recommend a southern exposure with full sun and amending the soil. Update for 2015: You'll have to be very patient with "Pitter Patter" ..... It can take several years to settle in and multiply. Plant it in a prime location and just leave it be ... it's a mistake to think maybe it would do better in a different location, it does not like to be moved. (I still recommend full sun) Once it's a decent size clump, it does have a nice well branched scape and the blooms are high above the foliage. Very pod fertile, but I haven't seen any "spots" on the kids, so I have given up. The amount of spots is variable, but it is cute and very unique. I see it has one "kid" .... and it's 48", no spots, but it would be interesting to cross it back with "Pitter Patter". hmmmmmmm ......
Cid: 13567

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