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Re: daylilly question was: head count

> From: Chris@widom-assoc.com
I'm big into daylilies (364 cultivars and counting),


While I grow a few, I have too little sun to really get into
daylillies.  Have a client who wants them and I need to recommend a
few - for his garden, flower colors in reds or pale yellow or pinks
(but not too much orange tone) would be best.  Can you, would you, be
so kind as to recommend a few that are fairly easy to get (like that
he could find at a good garden center or my installer could locate
wholesale) that have good form, clean habits and not tricky to grow? 
I would be everlastingly grateful as my eyes tend to cross when I
start hitting the cultivar description lists - there are just too
many out there now to have a clue which do well without actually
growing them.

Garden in question is in Washington, DC from a climate standpoint. 
He's got sun.


Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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