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Reblooming question

Posted by jeanerz13 6a (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 18, 14 at 18:54

In the case of daylillies, if a cultivar is considered a "rebloomer", does that mean it will send up more scapes after the original ones have died off? Or new buds on the original ones? Or it just generally has a longer blooming season than others? (so all the scapes go up at the same time but it has more buds so it keeps blooming after others have given up)

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RE: Reblooming question

It means new scapes with buds.

RE: Reblooming question

On most daylilies, you can see all the buds on the scape when it comes up. They enlarge and open. There are some varieties that continue to develop new buds on the tip of the shoot. It just keeps elongating and forming new buds. Those are called bud-builders, though, not rebloomers. Bob

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