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As a comment about Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Mississippi Red Dragon'), Maryl wrote:

Although here and on the AHS site the height is listed as 18 inches, Mark Carpenter's catalog (with what I presume are the original stats from the hybridizer himself) and Blueridge list the height as 28 inches. Pretty big difference. Someone needs to correct something somewhere.
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The hybridizer needs to contact the AHS to have them make the changes to the registration page. We can do it here but when updates are run, it will revert back if AHS hasn't edited.
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I'm glad you both said something. I had this on my must-have list because I thought it was 18" tall. Twenty eight inches puts it a good height above what I'm looking for. What a shame. Bumping from 'must-have' to 'like to have.'

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