Blue06 said:I recently found a different daylily blooming in a bed of "regular" lilies. Is it possible that these lilies created their own variation? I'll post pictures of both the regular flowers and the different one, in that order.
sooby said:From past experience I would have to disagree with you, at least on the "most often" part, Larry Are you thinking that most people believe a rhizome is a kind of root? Or that they know it is a stem but call it a root anyway?
Yes, to both of those.
Edited to add, IMHO it is important to make the distinction because otherwise new daylily gardeners might think any piece of root left behind when digging up a daylily could regrow. Not all daylilies have rhizomes.