This thread is in reply to a blog post by Seedfork entitled "Daylily trip tomorrow".
Jul 7, 2015 7:44 PM CST
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Name: Kabby
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I wish I had seen your blog earlier Larry, POE gardens are beautiful. I have one of the Nethertons daylilies called Winds On Fire, it has the darkest foliage of all my daylilies. The blooms are tremendous and overshadow anything else that is blooming at the time. They also have a humongous crinum in the front yard that Mary called a pedunculatum, she gave me a seed from it but it didn't make it. I know you enjoyed your trip.
I saw some of your pics of your flowers along your fenceline, I saw the cleome! I have been pulling the seeds from mine, I will keep some of them later in the season. All of the plants you sent are doing well, haven't lost a one. Thumbs up
Jul 7, 2015 8:13 PM CST
Name: Larry
Enterprise, Al. 36330 (Zone 8b)
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I noticed a large plant that I thought might be a crinum, it had white spider lily like blooms on it, there was also a very large one with a pinkish purple bloom over by the fence. We did enjoy the trip, and my wife said we could go back in Oct.
Normally the way things work out we won't get the chance but maybe by then I will have another list worked up, I would love to have about a dozen more daylilies to plant in early Oct.
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