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Re: Daylilies

I got "Rocket Booster", "Fire Storm", "Watchye Christmas Widow", "Strung Out", and "Sound of Cannons". All but one is a spider, I think. Prefer deeper colors to the pastels. Fell in love with "Vegas Lights", but they don't have enough to divide yet.
Must admit that I have in the past, been less than meticulous in keeping names with plants I've purchased, and had none for the passalongs, so I'll be in the same boat as Donna - on the computer looking at pictures and trying to compare them with a flower!
On Monday, July 19, 2004, at 08:05 PM, <Chris@widom-assoc.com> wrote:


I like the tall spideries and unusual forms. I don't have a lot of them
yet, but I hope to acquire a few when my friend and I go to Hickory Hill
Gardens in Loretto, PA on Thursday. By the way, there are no longer
spider variants. They are all called spiders. I'd love to know what
cultivars you grow and like. Let me know what you come home with after
your daylily "fix".

Long Island, NY
Zone 7

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