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RE: name that daylily link

That is pretty much what I figured.. but thought you never know with
this list :)

I do have another 30(?)ft of them on the other side of the gate in the
back. I hate weedwacking, so tend to plant them under the fence.


> Donna, they are all gorgeous.  I have a few similar ones.  But
> are
> nearly impossible to name because of the 1000s of cultivars.  Chris
may be
> able to come close though.  And maybe Auralie (I think she does Hems).
> Any
> other Hem specialists?  I know we have a few.
> Kitty

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