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As a comment about Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Hakuna Matata'), blue23rose wrote:

Although I just got Hakuna Matata this July, I bought it specifically because it was just getting ready to bloom in mid-July in zone 6 and had LOTS of buds and great branching. Its scapes are more than capable to support the 50" height. Tried to use pollen from HM on Fairy Tale Pink, Raspberry Wine, and Big Kiss, but none of them took. Also tried to set pod on HM with pollen from Raspberry Wine, but that didn't work either. Will definitely try again next year.
Name: Kathy Rinke
Brown City, MI
Jan 1, 2015 9:45 AM CST
Give it another try, I have found that HM is easily pod fertile, not sure if I've used it's pollen.

I loaded it up with pods using "Embroidery Stitching" and "Great Auntie Picklebottom" this past summer.
Brown City, MI
zone 5
Name: Vickie
Elberfeld, Indiana, USA (Zone 6b)
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Jan 1, 2015 6:08 PM CST
Thanks, Kathy. I will give it another try this year.
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