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marysville washington (Zone 8b)
Mar 14, 2013 1:30 PM CST
Mar 14, 2013 1:51 PM CST
|With over 70,000 named varieties and thousands of seedlings out on the market, there really is no way of knowing what the name is - unless you have a list of what you bought and are trying to match them up. That sometimes happens if tags get broken. Some daylilies have very unique blooms and those we might be able to guess at, but even then it's just a guess. If someone takes a guess and its the wrong name, that is not the best thing if you ever give them to someone - the wrong name can get passed around as they in turn give them to someone etc.
Do you have any other info - height they bloom at, diploid or tetraploid, early, mid, or late season, where they came from, even how long you've had them or who ever you got them from had them?
Mar 14, 2013 3:02 PM CST
|Here is the link to the daylily section of the Plant database. Perhaps you may find some possible matches for your plants....then you can get some of the daylily growers here to help you narrow it down. And the second link is for the American Hemerocallis Society database of blooms.
Mar 14, 2013 5:46 PM CST
|Ok, here is the list she has for us to match this flower up to.... with a list, we should be able to do this! Or at least give it a good try!
pastures of pleasure
Mar 19, 2013 12:48 AM CST
|You have 7 threads started on the ID forum, are they 7 different daylilies or all the same plant? They all look so alike.|
Hazel Crest, IL (Zone 5b)
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Mar 19, 2013 6:14 AM CST
|Missygs, I would go with Pastures of Pleasure.
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