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ID please?

Posted by pink_petals z6 PA (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 26, 13 at 19:45

Can anyone identify this daylily? It was called Devil's Footprint on Soules Garden website, but when I googled it, an entirely different daylily came up. Thanks for your help!!

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RE: ID please?

It isn't Liz Salter's 'Devil's Footprint, as that has a cream background. It looks like it could be one of Liz's . What is bloom size? I don't have my pics on IPad but will look at my images tomorrow, as it looks familiar.

RE: ID please?

floota, I don't know anything at all about this daylily. I usually just download pictures of daylilies that I like and type in their name, and put them in a file, in case I might want to buy it sometime. I noticed this picture was no longer on Soules website, and when I contacted them about it, they remembered the bloom, but didn't know its true identity.

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