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TolCath's Hem. Flamenco Queen x 1 Reviewed

Plant: Daylily (Hemerocallis) | Variety: Flamenco Queen

My first love among the reds. A wonderful hue and very effective in a clump.

36" scape. 6" flower. Mid-late season. Dormant. Benz 1989. Tet. Deep blue-red flowers with lightly ruffled petal edges. Reblooms. (GA)

2014 – finally took pity on that bit that was overwhelmed by spiraea and moved it to the brick path red zone. It’s the 2nd one there, but Elegant Candy and the unknown are between them.
2013 Oct – Thimbleberry transplant

2011 – by spirea under tree; shade bed 2; circle right entry

1 shade bed
2 front fenceline by spiraea
3 in spiraea under tree (needs new spot)


Planting Data

Daylily (1992)
Flamenco Queen (3)



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  • TangoFlowers

    TangoFlowers wrote:

    Fantastic plant, and lovely pic too :)

    Posted on 01 Jul 11 (almost 4 years ago)

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