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prolific pod setting daylilies

Posted by signet z6 S.W. Ont (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 4, 13 at 14:55

I have had a lot of major garden projects this season and so I am behind on weeding and cleaning of the gardens. I have started recently on a particular bed and was shocked to discover this particular plant had set a lot of pods. When I say a lot , I do mean a lot. Now these are all bee pods as didn't do any hybridizing with this particular plant but I just finished counting the pods . Are you ready for the count .....I wasn't ! I counted 223 pods on Tennessee Tan. I do remember it set a large number of pods last year too but I didn't count them .

My question is this .....what plants do others have that are prolific pod setters? Please share your experiences

I will take some pics and try to post

Signet


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RE: prolific pod setting daylilies 2

  • Posted by signet z6 S.W. Ont (My Page) on
    Fri, Oct 4, 13 at 20:47

here are a couple of pics of the daylily mentioned above taken today. oh and it is still blooming

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  • Posted by signet z6 S.W. Ont (My Page) on
    Fri, Oct 4, 13 at 20:55

here are a couple of pics of the daylily mentioned above taken today. oh and it is still blooming

Signet


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RE: prolific pod setting daylilies

wow!!!!!!never heard of one setting that many pods..a ideal daylily.

jean


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RE: prolific pod setting daylilies

signet: that's just a CRAZY load of pods. You hit the jackpot.


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RE: prolific pod setting daylilies

This was old Hortensia, I think she sickened from having so many pods-------------------Weedy


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