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Jun 26, 2017 6:08 PM CST

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Jun 26, 2017 8:34 PM CST
Name: Valerie
Ontario, Canada (Zone 4a)
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It is very hard to identify daylilies from photos, but I have one that looks like the second one. You cannot be sure of an identification, though, unless you get a piece of the named cultivar and grow it next to the unidentified one, and compare.
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Jun 26, 2017 8:34 PM CST
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Jun 27, 2017 7:42 AM CST
Name: Betty
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My advice is enjoy your unknown dayilies, it is about impossible to identify them as there are thousands likely near a hundred thousand at this point that are registered many look similar to each other. The older ones often go by the wayside as newer ones with better qualities gain popularity. Plus you need to take into consideration the height of the scape, bloom size, tet or dip, bloom season as some of the things needed to identify. Keep in mind that they might also be unregistered seedlings not having a registered name.

Most of mine are registered and each has a plant marker to identify it, I also have some seedlings that were never registered that are enjoyed simply because they appeal to me.
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Jul 15, 2017 9:23 AM CST
Name: Peggy C
Graham NC USA (Zone 7b)
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daylilydreams said:My advice is enjoy your unknown dayilies, it is about impossible to identify them as there are thousands likely near a hundred thousand at this point that are registered many look similar to each other. The older ones often go by the wayside as newer ones with better qualities gain popularity. Plus you need to take into consideration the height of the scape, bloom size, tet or dip, bloom season as some of the things needed to identify. Keep in mind that they might also be unregistered seedlings not having a registered name. " .


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One who knows all the names of the Daylilies is a smart soul ---
After visiting many sites and getting different names for what seemed to be the same Day Lily --- just decided to name them myself.
At least I can keep up with them --- even though not being proper.

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In my list, she is ''Gold Dust''.... one of the largest across between 5-6 inches ...
Live like every day as it is your last because one day -- it will be.
(if I can find who said this, I'll credit that dear Soul -- wasn't me, but it makes a lot of sense)

This isn't a dress-rehearsal ~
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Jul 15, 2017 11:42 AM CST
Name: Sue
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Peggy, there actually is a registered 'Gold Dust' but I assume if you trade yours with anyone you'll make sure that it is not named so that there isn't any confusion Smiling

Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Gold Dust')
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