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"Get with the Program"

"Get with the Program"

A Twelve Step Program for the Novice Hybridizer

  I have about 25 years' experience growing daylilies; in excess of 15 years as a commercial enterprise.  I’ve learned…

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Hybridizing Daylilies

Hybridizing Daylilies

Hybridizing Daylilies

    So, you've been seriously bitten by the daylily 'bug'. You've collected daylilies and aimlessly dabbed pollen on every…

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Top 100 Daylilies

Top 100 Daylilies

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Dividing Daylilies 101

Dividing Daylilies 101

Dividing daylilies can be a simple project because …

  Dividing daylilies can be a simple project because they're very forgiving. As long as you have a section of…

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  • Thomas Loewen replied to the topic 'Daylily Conversions' in the forum.
    Any more updates? Why would the plant try to produce a scape when it has hardly any foliage and is obviously under a lot of stress?
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  • Cathy Jackie thanks user 'catjac1975' in the forum message ' Daylily Conversions'.
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  • Thomas Loewen replied to the topic 'Crossbreeding Tags' in the forum.
    Becki,
    Where did you buy the hang tags?
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  • roger pulley replied to the topic 'Daylily Conversions' in the forum.
    This has been a very interesting thread. Thanks for all the info. I have been getting interested in the sugject.
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  • Cameron Stern replied to the topic 'Daylily Conversions' in the forum.
    Hi Cathy,

    Those photos can be seen in my most recent update (post #19867 on page 5) - they are the 2nd and 3rd photos. They are also the same photos I had posted in post #19842 on page 4 (the last 2 photos).
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  • Cathy Jackie replied to the topic 'Daylily Conversions' in the forum.
    I don't see those numbers.
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    2 days ago
  • Becki Pavlik replied to the topic 'Crossbreeding Tags' in the forum.
    I've used both the plastic labels and the string hang tags and IMO they both have their pros and cons. I like the string tags because they're easy to attach and since the tag part itself hangs freely below the bloom, it doesn't interfere with other tags attached and hanging on other nearby blooms. What I don't like about them is that with a good rain on a windy day, the paper tags softens and can be easily pulled or blown off the plant. That happens to me way too often and it really ticks me off! Last summer during one such windy thunderstorm, at least 50 marked tags or more ended up all over my next door neighbors yard.

    The good thing about the plastic labels is that at least in my garden, neither rain or wind has ever removed them. The bad thing is that the hole on the tag that wraps around the base of the back of the bloom is large (1/2"), and once the petals of the bloom shrivels and before the seed pod has swollen enough, the tag sometimes just slips off along with the shriveled spent bloom. Also since the plastic tags are long and wider (opposed to the string part of the hang tags) and take up more room around the base of the bloom, it seems like they're always in my way of attaching other plastic tags to other nearby blooms.

    I wish someone would combine the best attributes of both tags, a string tag with a plastic (instead of paper) tag! Or have they? Inquiring minds want to know..lol.

    Here's a picture showing the two types of tags I've used in the past. Sorry but I don't have any WHITE paper string tags left from last season to show you. I bought a box of green hang tags to try the same size but I don't care for them at all, too hard to read my handwriting on the darker background.
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    3 days ago

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