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Oct 28, 2012 5:04 PM CST
|I am drawn to the little ones - and Pat has some neat ones.|
does anyone grow hers? in the north?
I cannot afford a new daylily, but I am seriously considering one of her 2013's.
Oct 28, 2012 5:25 PM CST
|No, but after looking at her web site I want some! |
Oct 28, 2012 5:55 PM CST
|Oh my! I love The Mouse That Roared and Polywog In A Bog|
Oct 28, 2012 5:58 PM CST
|The Mouse That Roared is out of Nutmeg Elf. NE is one of my all time favorites. So, I would love to get The Mouse That Roared...|
Oct 28, 2012 6:31 PM CST
|I grow quite a few of Pat's and they do very well here on the edge of zone 6/7. |
I need to grow more of her little ones but really like Little Lemon Twist. It is a perfect pinched crispate form on a 3.25" bloom! It is nocturnal and blooms begin to open by 7 PM - grows like a weed here!
Also LOVE Snow Crab - have just had it a couple of years and it will need dividing in the spring. It is registered as 4.5" so it qualifies as a large flower, but looks like a small flower and has many blooms open at once.
Would love to get a few more of hers too!
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Oct 29, 2012 2:45 PM CST
|I've been drawn to Pat's daylilies as well, she has a great eye for distinction. I hope to add her Octomom someday.A few others that catch my eye are Zen Again which has such wonderful clear soft colors and Made You Blush, for it's color & form. Amazing the amount of curl in the segments of In the Loop, The Mouse that Roared is really cute, too! Love the ruffles on Little Lemon Twist and Snow Crab. So far the only one I grow is Mystic Pizza. Super saturated color and performs very well here in z4.|
Oct 29, 2012 3:07 PM CST
|A couple other of Pat's that grow here are Screamcicle:|
and Made You Blush:
Have seen others in local gardens, since Pat lives fairly close by. I need to get some of her polys but they sell out in two minutes <LOL>
Here is Kathy's Cat Spooky ( bright sun, unfortunately, taken in Janice Kennedy's garden:
and Mystic Pizza ( I think this was taken in Faith and Jerry Bange's garden):
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