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As a comment about Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Breaking the Rules'), ElizabeteRutens wrote:

Just a comment - in my garden in northern California (where nights are frequently in the 45-55 F degree range during bloom season) "Breaking the Rules" consistently was an EMO. Neither the hybridizer nor anyone else has confirmed this.
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Feb 20, 2015 6:55 PM CST
Good to know that it is an EMO, but the question I have is, on those cold nights, does it still open well (i.e. flat or recurved) - or does it only open partly? Is it a CMO?

Also, any information on rust susceptibility?

Thanks for any help you can give to a fellow SF Bay Area daylily grower.
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