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RE: Hot pink daylily (Follow-Up #3)

posted by: tjhemmer on 07.24.2007 at 10:10 am in Daylily Forum

I agree with Besty. The best thing to do is see it gromwing. Even then be prepared to be disapointed. The soil and weather can give you a different color. I like to see a plant, before I buy it.

Here's 4 that I shot this year, but I don't think you'll find a description on any of them as bright pink or hot pink and of course none of them are like the spider you are looking at.

Sweetheart Pink

Lady of Quality

Enon

Always Tomorrow

Tom

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RE: Favorite New Acquisitions This Year (Follow-Up #7)

posted by: shellyga on 08.12.2007 at 04:41 pm in Daylily Forum

oohh goodness - that is a hard question. But if I must name just a few - here goes.
For rapid increase and ever blooming status - the blue ribbon goes to SPECIAL CANDY
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For ability to settle in quickly and send up a scape within two weeks of arrival - the blue ribbon goes to
HALF MOON KEY
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Tis a stretch of the rules - but since this is a new seedling to bloom this year - it could be considered a new acquisition.
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Blue ribbon for the favorite bonus plant of the season goes to BUBBA ON TOUR - a blooming maniac that was extremely fertile to boot!
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And last but not least - my favorite new pink this year goes to PINK ALOHA
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Shelly

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Favorite New Acquisitions This Year

posted by: shive on 08.11.2007 at 03:27 pm in Daylily Forum

Which daylilies that were new to your garden this year most impressed you? Tell us about your top three.

My best performing newcomers were:

GREEN ILLUSION

SNAKE IN THE GRASS BOO

CLAUDINE'S CHARM

All three of these gave lots of beautiful blooms on the initial scapes, and then gave a fantastic rebloom show. They opened well every time. Plus, each had some unique quality that made it stand out in the garden. GREEN ILLUSION had that impressive edge and the green cast to it. SNAKE IN THE GRASS has those wonderful light edges and incredible branching. CLAUDINE'S CHARM drew me in with its tantalizing eyezone.

Debra

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RE: Hot pink daylily (Follow-Up #10)

posted by: mizellie on 08.06.2007 at 04:35 pm in Daylily Forum

Sharon, maybe I am blind but it seems to me that what is on the petal is drifting pollen... Hey, I was wrong once or twice....Ellie

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