Daylilies forum: daylily identification

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Nashville, Tennessee
wormgirl
Jun 21, 2020 3:58 PM CST
Can anyone help me identify the following two daylilies?
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Australis
Jun 21, 2020 6:15 PM CST

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Moving to the Daylilies forum in the hope somebody will be able to ID them for you.
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Frillylily
Jun 23, 2020 11:33 PM CST
the top one is a Wilds, maybe Sugar Bread or Wild One or similar

The bottom one is not a good enough photo to tell. Was it taken in the morning or evening? How tall is it, and how large is the bloom? How long have you had it, any history on it?
Nashville, Tennessee
wormgirl
Jun 24, 2020 7:36 AM CST
Thanks so much. Mine certainly looks like Sugar Bread.

Yesterday I was browsing through some daylily web sites, and came across a picture of the other one on the Tranquil Lake Nursery site. It's called Peter Pan. I've taken photos of this both morning and night, and it always looks the same. Mine are 28 - 32 inches tall, with a 4-inch bloom. A friend gave it to me several years ago, but she didn't know what it was either. The Sugar Bread I've had for about 30 years, but have just very recently (past 3 years) gotten interested in daylilies. There are still about 10 of the hundred or so I have that I don't know.

Thanks again.

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