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Hemerocallis - 'Merry Moppet'

Hemerocallis - 'Merry Moppet' (Hemerocallis)

This had a little trouble opening today because of rain, but it finally made it, the first time this year. 4", TET, reblooms, semievergreen.

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Oh wow thats a stunner and so many buds still to come, you have some real beauties Wylie :-)

30 Sep, 2011


It also has another scape which should start tomorrow! The real fun starts next year when my plants from seed start :)

30 Sep, 2011


Can't wait :-)
I've just noticed today that I have a scape on 'Changing Latitudes' another new one bought this spring that I haven't seen flower, bet the weather doesn't stay good long enough for it to develope :-(

30 Sep, 2011


Gone on to my favs W...I love this one...I have 2 seed-grown ones from last year, each has a real good scape...The seed was 'Gillian x Wildflower'.....maybe flowers next year?

30 Sep, 2011


Motinot: Be sure to give your plants an extra year for the true flowers to develop. I am still expecting one from seed that was started this year, and they don't come true the first time. I have over 450 plants from seed that I hope will flower next year.
Simbad: You're lucky you don't have problems with the dormant types. I have a few, and I'm waiting to see if they perform well. Maybe the windchill from winter winds over 50KPH will help.

1 Oct, 2011


Yes we are very lucky here they do all do very well,a lot looked pretty mushy after last winter, even the evergreens died back, but all except 1 resprouted(and that was a new variety I'd never seen for sale before) only ever lost 2 and the other was one I bought that arrived with such a tiny amount of root I'm not surprised it died, mind you I do like to buy from sellers who have trialled their varieties in this country first.

2 Oct, 2011

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