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Double Orange Daylilies

Posted by chelcass Z7 Tennessee (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 3, 11 at 10:29

I bought these when they were selling out at the end of the season and I have had them for two or threes years now. They are quit happy in the front garden.

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RE: Double Orange Daylilies

Very pretty!
Kathy


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RE: Double Orange Daylilies

I agree. Very pretty. Takes me back a few years..my Mom had double orange day lilies. Thank you for sharing.

Marylee


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RE: Double Orange Daylilies

great photo. I can't remember if it is Kwanso or Flora Pleno. I believe they have triple chromosome counts, so they are difficult to use in hybridizing, but you can try. There is also a variegated Kwanzo-I have one. They spread by root running and can become a bit invasive. Double daylilies are my favorite.


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Very pretty, chelcass! Jeanne S.


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Beautiful! Jan


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Thanks Ladies, I just love these, they bloom just as the *ditch* lilies are starting to fade.


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The double orange lilies are beautiful! I have some of those too! TFS!


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I have them surrounding my yard and around the outside of my property along the road. They are very prolific. A friend had a small garden spot she wanted dug out. I took them all home, divided and planted. It has been maybe five years, I have divided them many many times over. They are a favorite with the walkers in my neighborhood. We are about two weeks out yet until they will be blooming.


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