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First Hemerocallis flowering.

siris

By Siris


First Hemerocallis flowering. (Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus (Lemon Lily))

I think this is lilioasphodelus, hiding in an Aquilegia.



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Yay I have buds! Is it a Kathy one?

20 May, 2018

 

No Dawn, I've had this years. It's a very old variety. Over the years I've bought some, and been give some from relatives and friends, am growing a couple from seed crosses (as an experiment).

20 May, 2018

 

Like the lily poking through the Aquilegia. On purpose, or a surprise?

21 May, 2018

 

The Aqueligia is a self sown seedling. I didn't see the Daylily at first because of it.

21 May, 2018

 

That is early, no flowers just a lot of leaves on all ours.....

22 May, 2018

 

Keep us updated with your seed cross experiment

22 May, 2018

 

Will do, don't expect anything great, haven't got the variety of material available as parents.

28 May, 2018

 

I like these trumpet Hemerocallis. H.citrinus is almost in bloom here.

29 May, 2018

 

I like the flowers of Daylilies but there always seems a lot of foliage, takes up a lot of space in a small garden.

30 May, 2018



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