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Daylily cross - American Revolution X Picket Fences

Daylily cross - American Revolution X Picket Fences (Hemerocallis)

Diameter: 7" DIP
This is just outside the ratio required to be a spider type.

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So nice! You have quite a lot of good parents to use in hybridizing Wylie! How many registered ones do you have?

8 May, 2012


There are currently 75 registered, but that number keeps going up.
This one has already been torn apart by the wind we are having today (30 - 50 kph). I did have several new openings, but they were destroyed by the time I got out there. I cut back my windbreak trees this year so I would get more sun, so there are a few wind problems as the seasons change. Almost all of my named plants are rebloomers so I can get flowers when the wind isn't blowing.

8 May, 2012


Very nice :-)
Do you have American Revolution Wylie? or is this from seed you bought, the reason I ask is I bought what I thought was American Revolution years ago and never sure if its a right plant, there seems to be 2 different forms of it, one more spidery? mine looks quite like the last picture on Tinkers, wondered what yours was like ?

8 May, 2012


This is from seed. It was crossed with a large cascade type, so it almost looks like a spider.
If you wander around the photos on Tinkers, there is a wide variation for some of them. I pick the ugliest one and use that as a guide to what I would get. For example, we are both having problems with Eight Miles High. Mine is a toothless wonder... better this year than last, but still toothless.

8 May, 2012

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