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Ohio (Zone 6a)
May 2, 2014 10:01 PM CST
|I believe the author is/was based in Kentucky or W. Virginia. I did favorite it on my old XP machine that does occasionally run for me but recent searches have come up empty. Originally found via another no-pay forum but again searches there haven't turned up what I'm looking for. Good chance I saved the entire article to the old Dell, she gets grumpier every time I prod and I really want to save that last prod to cull my best pictures to an external drive. That machine literally growls when provoked. Growls and clunks.|
Article had good info on H. Citrina and more. I was thinking this was it: http://www.brianmahieu.com/day...
Perhaps the article is deleted or missing or it was another author?
Any assistance appreciated!
May 3, 2014 5:05 AM CST
|Brian did a lot of work with older daylilies with some pretty impressive results. I don't know if he was looking for tall, but he sure had a lot of tall UFs. I tried to grow his SCANDINAVIA here but it was so dormant it never bloomed before it died the second year.|
May 3, 2014 6:44 AM CST
|Do you mean Brian Mahieu, Fred? http://brianmahieu.com/daylily...|
Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of old; seek what those of old sought. — Basho
Daylilies that thrive? click here!
May 5, 2014 5:04 AM CST
|Yes Tina, that's the one, has lots of nice northern hardy UFs.|
Near McIntosh, Florida (Zone 9a)
May 5, 2014 6:48 AM CST
|My "Rocket City" plants have gotten so tall, around 51", that I'm having to move them.|
Didn't expect that to happen.
Good to know "tall" is a selling point.
May 5, 2014 6:53 AM CST
|I like them tall because of my lower back issues. I won't buy any that are under 26" unless I really, really, have to have it.|