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Long shot- does anyone recognize this bloom?

Posted by midlife_isis 7b (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 26, 12 at 22:06

Hi, fellow daylily lovers.

I bought this plant two years ago. It finally bloomed and it is really pretty. BUT it is clearly NOT Palace Garden Beauty, which is what I thought I was buying. I sure would like to identify it.

Perhaps it is distinctive enough to recognize. The flower is under 4", I'd say and the scape under 24"(again, I'd say). It seems to have heavy substance.

Now that I am posting in this awesome site, I will post some pics of my other blooms soon!

Happy Gardening!


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RE: Long shot- does anyone recognize this bloom?

At that size it's probably one of the Siloams. Just a guess.


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RE: Long shot- does anyone recognize this bloom?

Since it is not open all the way, can't tell for sure but looks a little like SILOAM FRENCH MARBLE. However, there are a couple of hybridizers who market small blooms.
Here is a pic of SILOAM FRENCH MARBLE

Julia


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