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small daylilies

Posted by phaltyme21 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 5, 12 at 15:03

I have a couple to suggest Bertie Ferris, Siloam Night
Ring, Cosmopolitan (soft rosy red and double.

These are all vigorous bloomrtd.


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RE: small daylilies

I never cared for the small blooms and have always tried to buy 6" or larger but now I'm starting to like them and some are blooming fools.

RE: small daylilies

I'm running out of room in my small garden and appreciate advice on some of the smaller-blooming plants. Thanks!

RE: small daylilies

The 2 small ones that I grow (so far) are Black Fathom Depths (AHS lists at 3.5") and Baby Moon Cafe (AHS lists at 3.12").

Both are also good growers here in 5b (Indianapolis, IN) and put out really nice scapes.

I really like the smaller ones...I have a feeling I'll get more since my garden is pretty full-up on the bigger.


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