I found an interesting comment on a blog site of Shadow Wood Daylily Garden ( http://shadowwoodgardens.blogs...
"Stenciled Infusion produced 7 proliferations, which
are small plantlets that grow out of the bracks on a scape.
We waited until roots formed, cut the scape leaving
half an inch or so above the proliferation, and about two
inches of the scape just below the prolif, then planted them
in an outside bed. The scape helped to hold the prolifs
in place in the soil. The proliferations are identical to the
mother plant, so it is an excellent method for increasing the
number of plants. We had many proliferations
throughout the garden this year.
These plantlets are all growing quite well. We added new
mulch to the beds for winter protection.
Update: Many seedlings using both pod and pollen.
Stenciled Infusion is a great parent."
These blooms are so pretty and to be a great increaser .... WOW!!! I wonder how rust resistant it is?
This is dangerous reading about the featured Daylily of the Day. I want this one!!!
Will have to wait a while for the price to come down though ....