Daylilies forum: Help Identifying

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jeneev
Jul 22, 2019 11:55 PM CST
A beautiful friend gave me a large portion of her collection of daylilies, 64 varieties! I have kept notes on the names, heights, colors, and locations of them all but somehow can't find a large portion of my records. So, I've been photographing and comparing and it's tricky business. I'm also trying to ID some of the hemerocallises that were in my yard when I moved into my current home.
Does anybody want to try their hand at identifying these?
Does anyone know if there is a master all-encompassing website listing all existing varieties of daylilies?
Thanks for your help!
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sooby
Jul 23, 2019 5:42 AM CST
jeneev said:
Does anyone know if there is a master all-encompassing website listing all existing varieties of daylilies?



Welcome!

There are two, the daylily database here on NGA and the American Hemerocallis Society's online database of registered daylilies:

The Daylilies Database

https://www.daylilies.org/Dayl...
Missouri (Zone 6a)
Frillylily
Jul 23, 2019 10:10 PM CST
I;m going to put out some guesses.

1st one, Bold Tiger
2nd one, Paper Butterfly
4, American Revolution
5, possibly Prairie Blue Eyes (photos of this seem to vary quite alot)

jeneev
Jul 24, 2019 10:31 PM CST
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jeneev
Jul 24, 2019 10:46 PM CST
Thank you so much!!!
#1 must be All American Tiger, I have that one on my list.
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Missouri (Zone 6a)
Frillylily
Jul 24, 2019 11:49 PM CST
yes that looks right, I have grown that one before too.
State of Georgia
ZiggyZagTwo
Jul 26, 2019 4:30 PM CST
Just posted mine, Looks a lot like, your first picture. I believe the one I just posted is, Strawberry Candy Day Lily, But I wouldn't swear to it, I'm a beginner & not as seriously hard at it on knowledge basis as many of the others are here, I'm mostly a collector / grafter of things that's enjoying the thrill of the chase towards getting my two lily beds filled in
State of Georgia
ZiggyZagTwo
Jul 26, 2019 4:36 PM CST
Here's one I just posted, Yours is possibly shaded bit differently / darker, So you could very well have something different than mine, As mention above, They would know more than i would
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Missouri (Zone 6a)
Frillylily
Jul 27, 2019 8:19 AM CST
ZiggyZagTwo said:Here's one I just posted, Yours is possibly shaded bit differently / darker, So you could very well have something different than mine, As mention above, They would know more than i would
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Strawberry Candy

wrightworth
Jul 30, 2019 8:16 AM CST
#5 Might be Razzmatazz - Belsen (1986), height: 26", season: M, flower: 5" DOR TET, grape red blend with green throat
#6 Might be Happy Returns - Apps (1986), height: 18", season: E, Flower 3.5" light yellow.

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