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Apr 19, 2021 6:01 PM CST
'Crooked Smile' is a evergreen introduced in 2013 by Waldrop.
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Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Crooked Smile') .
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Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Crooked Smile')
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Garden Rooms and Becky's Budget Garden
Apr 22, 2021 5:53 AM CST
|I received 'Crooked Smile' in the spring of 2017 and I' pretty sure it was a double fan. It is now up to 4 fans. It is on the northwest side of my house so it gets a fair amount of shade. However, the blooms are gorgeously saturated and maybe that is due in part to being in the shade. I have not seen rust on it, but don't usually get rust here.
'Crooked Smile' is at the far left in this picture taken at 9am on 6/29/20 and it is still getting some sunlight at this time. Next to it is 'Way Past the Boonies', which I believe gets taller than its registered height because it is at least 36 inches tall (supposed to be 25 inches). I think 'Crooked Smile' is right about 36 inches.
How awesome it is to go in the garden at 5:30 in the morning and find this beautiful face! Definitely an EMO (Early Morning Opener)!
'Crooked Smile' blooms in my zone 6b garden from mid-June to mid-July. Last year, the first bloom was on 6/18/20 and the last bloom was on 7/16/20. I only had two scapes, but they were both very sturdy scapes and this will be one amazing plant when it forms a clump.
Pics of my two scapes from 2020:
Scape #1: 3-way branching and I counted 12 buds.
Scape #2: 3-way branching with at least 16 buds.
This picture was taken in the evening on 7/16/20 and it still has some nice color, but again, probably due to getting some shade. Not sure how it would do if it got full sun all day.
Another evening picture. Just look at those beautiful petals! It is registered as "Unusual Form Crispate-Cascade-Spatulate".
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