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HAVE: Free Plants in Montgomery: h. fulva 'Kwanso'

Posted by tigerlily-al 7B-8A (My Page) on
Fri, May 18, 12 at 1:06

Free plants in Montgomery, AL - must dig and take all

We have about 20 plants of the species daylily known as h. fulva Kwanso which has a triploid flower. 'Kwanso' cannot set seed; reproduced by underground runners and division of the clump. This old variety was naturalized in North America and Europe many years ago, and spreads aggressively. Scapes grow 30-40 inches tall from the plant base.
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