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The American Hemerocallis Society, the International Cultivar Registration Authority for the genus Hemerocallis, recognizes for registration groups of daylilies with different and distinctive flower shape as Forms. Daylily form refers to the shape or structure of the flower. Currently, there are six distinctive forms of daylilies, single, double, polymerous, spider, unusual form and the newest, sculpted form.
May 1, 2012 9:12 PM CST
|How timely, Char! After five-plus decades of gardening, I was bitten this year by the daylily bug. I've always had a few in the garden, but have really not pursued daylily varieties until this spring. I am in awe of all the developments in recent years. Thank you so much for the great information--and from an expert yet! I count myself very lucky.
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