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Can you ID this coral Mislabeled daylily?

Posted by linnea56 z5 IL (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 14, 12 at 12:30

The store (Menards) had a LOT of them, all labeled Janice Brown. I have Janice Brown, and this coral colored DL is not her. The tags had big pictures on them, you would think someone might notice such a big discrepancy between coral and lavender/pink/purple?!

Regardless, it is a color I don't have. (Plus it was $ 3) But if I can figure out its identity, I'd like it more. Flower is not very large, but it could be because of stress and being in a small quart pot. I'm not sure how it comes off in the picture, but it is not orange, it has rosy tones, so I call it coral or salmon. Next to the throat is an eye zone of rose or almost fuschia tones, that does not show well in the photo.

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They also had a number of Pardon Me, which were correctly marked. This is a real favorite of mine, so I am happy to have another for a new spot. Thanks!


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RE: Can you ID this coral Mislabeled daylily?

It reminds me of Frank Gladney??
Picture from DB:
http://www.daylilies.org/DaylilyDB/AHSPhoto/F/Frank_Gladney.jpg


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RE: Can you ID this coral Mislabeled daylily?

It's much darker than my Frank Gladney.

Frank Gladney

Check out this link to my other orangy/coral DL's.

http://s200.photobucket.com/albums/aa105/Lavender_Lane/Peach and Coral DL Garden/

Penny


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