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help ID this Daylily

Posted by plantgnome 6b//7 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 7, 12 at 18:31

It appears to be a double bloom 37 " tall just bloomed this week.

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RE: help ID this Daylily

It looks like Flore Pleno to me, but others may be able to confirm that.


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Hmmm-just looked up Flore Pleno-it matches the description. I don't recall ever buying it. I'll tag it Flore Pleno until further notice of other possibilities. Thanks for the help.


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I got what was told to me to be Kwanzaa.They have not bloomed yet will not till next year.I did research what it looked like and your picture is what the search pictures looked like.


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Hi-I think you mean Kwanzo. Kwanzo looks a lighter orange.


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Im still new at this and they loooked so much alike.
http://www.daylilies.net/kwanso.htm


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The photo you gave me a link to def. looks like Kwanso. I bought so many daylilies at local nurseries that I never tagged or even bothered to look at the names of. LOL-Your probably right.


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Flore Pleno is the multiflowering variety of the single Kwanzo


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Just did a petal count (I have two of these plants) and they have 16-18 tepals.
this is what I read on a Daylily site:
H. fulva 'Flore Pleno' shows normally 15-18 tepals per flower (second row of petals mostly overlap sepals)
H. fulva 'Kwanzo' shows normally 7-12 tepals per flower


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