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Looking for a bright full orange med/tall

Posted by njmomma z6 NJ (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 25, 14 at 22:44

I don't know why but I'm obsessing about a daylily and wondering if it exists... full form, not huge bloom, not small, maybe 5 inches, bright orange, not reddish, maybe with some yellow in it, not dark orange, 3 feet tall (or close to it).

So, does this exist?


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RE: Looking for a bright full orange med/tall

I don't know if this is the color you are looking for, but Oktoberfest has been great for us. It's about three feet tall and has bloomed like crazy this year. Bob


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Check out 'Orange Velvet'. It's always on the popularity polls.


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Dale Hensley has a 2014 - CHEROKEE BONFIRE. There's his FLAME RESISTANT, which is described as having a red eye. Dan Trimmer's ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL, an evergreen.


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Frank Smith's 'Matthew Kaskel' and Stamile's 'Orange Electric' would also be good choices.


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ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL is close but something more yellow-y orange.


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This is a way different flower from Jackie Pryor ( Spring Bling). It is listed as yellow but in my yard it has orange tones blended in. It stands at 35" and has a 5" bloom and pristine foliage.


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you may like this one. not sure if it gets posted.
I sent you an Email If this doesn't work.


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I also have one called KING MELON. I don't have the pic. in this computer. You can search it- 6.5" mid late 36" dorm.


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So many daylilies, just some suggestions. have fun searching. Here is Mauna Loa


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Real wind


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I sent you an email about this one - Pumpkin Park. Did you get it?

Debra


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Hello! I'm a lurker here and have very much been enjoying everyone's photos!

I have Spellbinder that is a gorgeous orange and the size you're talking about. Another one I really like is Primal Scream which might fit the bill. It has a bit more variation in color.


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RE: Looking for a bright full orange med/tall

Debra - I didn't get the email.


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Pumpkin Park is one I got as a bonus from Dan Trimmer this spring, and I've been growing it in a large pot. It's multiplied to six fans. I will be planting it in the ground in late August/early September. If you would like a couple fans of it, I'd be happy to send it to you then for postage. It's hard to plant such a big clump.

Here are the stats: PUMPKIN PARK (Dan Trimmer) Tetraploid (Sdlg. X Sdlg.) 33" EM. Re. Ev. 6 3/4" Easily seen from afar. PUMPKIN PARK is a circular, ruffled glowing pumpkin orange self with three lateral branches, a terminal Y and 22 buds per scape.

Debra


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RE: Looking for a bright full orange med/tall

thanks Debra! Sure! Did you get my email? If not, please email me at ben4gn@yahoo.com

Thanks!
Natanya


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I will email you tonight. I have to go to work right now.

Debra


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