Daylily From Seed of Red Volunteer x Unknown has shown it's "face"
Sunday, 27 Jun 10 Sunny 28°C / 82°F
This is a plant that I grew from seed back in 2008 – and this is it’s first bloom. It’s no wonder it takes sometimes “years” to perfect a cross of lilies to make a new variety that is worth purchasing. This one is a little bit of a mutant in my opinion….but there are 6 or 7 more blooms on the plant that haven’t opened yet. I plan to give it a chance before I decide if it’s going to be a keeper or not.
It is a fun hobby to grow them from seed and see what you end up with – but I’m not sure I have the garden space to keep this guy around. Any opinions would be appreciated!!
Should I keep it and name it ? or let it bloom…then remove it???
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