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TolCath's Hem. Flamenco Queen x 1 Reviewed

Plant: Daylily (Hemerocallis) | Variety: Flamenco Queen | Day 303

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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)

2013 Oct – Thimbleberry transplant

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

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

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Planting Data

Plant
Daylily (1934)
Variety
Flamenco Queen (3)

Purchased.

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Comments

  • TangoFlowers

    TangoFlowers wrote:

    Fantastic plant, and lovely pic too :)

    Posted on 01 Jul 11 (about 3 years ago)

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