I don't have named ones, but I do have an occasional seedling do that. Could it be heat stress? Or a hard dormant? If I am not mistaken (I need to verify this), I think all the seedlings that have done that had a dormant parent (or both), so I just assumed it wouldn't survive here in the south.
But then again, one of mine is a seedling I bought from Rich. It bloomed this year and was doing great and now completely devoid of leaves. I haven't dug it up yet to check for roots. Summer dormancy? That particular plant is in a partial shady area that gets watered regularly. It's sibling is doing fine as are all the other plants in that area. I wonder what is going on....
Ok. I just checked. My seedling from Rich does not have dormant parents. One is an evergreen and one is a semi-evergreen. So .... now I am really at a loss.
What could slowly kill a seemingly healthy daylily plant?
, and anyone else ....
Are you hearing about this kind of situation from others or have you experienced it yourselves?