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Saturday Blooms

Posted by hoosier_nan none (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 21, 14 at 12:16

A few more pictures from Saturday. The first is Everything Nice and Neat. I like the little ones. This is Elizabeth Salter's 2013 intro and it is registered at 3.75 inches.


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This is Wickedly Wild and Wonderful.


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My husband and I like Richard Norris's daylilies. They do very well here. This one is Remembered Kisses. We planted it in the summer of 2012 and last summer it bloomed its fool head off. The only complaint I have is that I can't get it to set seed. Maybe this year now that it is more established.


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I like the nice clean edge and bright throat on Everything Nice and Neat.


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Everything Nice and Neat is very cute!

Debra


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How does Remembered Kisses stand up to the heat? I've seen just a few blooms at Ashwood. Everything Nice and Neat is festive. I wonder if you aren't warmer than here, as Liz Salter's stuff is generally tender here.


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Mantis_oh, Remembered Kisses holds up well in the heat. Everything Nice and Neat is new this spring so I don't know if it is hardy or not. My husband and I buy what we like and take our chances. We don't mulch, but we have a few tender ones that we overwinter in the greenhouse.


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Nice group and I like the distinctive pencil edges on them.

Julia


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wow!!They are all just gorgeous. love them all,

jean


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All of them are quite pretty, but I like Wickedly Wild and Wonderful the best.
kay


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