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Date:9/3/2014 12:22:31 AM
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Thanks for the website on the daylilies. Have you ever eaten the flower of the daylily or the bulb? When we lived in Baton Rouge, I had a friend who would candy the blooms and put them on cakes. I like the spider daylilies my self. I have an old varity that the stems are 4 to 5 feet tall before the bloom and are yellow. I also have a small one called The Clown. It a low to the ground bloomer and it has a two red pellats and two off yellow pellats. That lemon one sounds almost like you could eat them. I'd got my starts from Westside Gardens (out of state) and Westfarms off of Hwy. 450. Do you ever grow your's from seed? I've tried with little to no luck. But that's okay, going to the farms where they bloom are much more funnier.

I'm going to keep my eye out for a pocket field guide for P2's Christmas. Have you ever came across one that the pages were waxed over or plastic? Something that was along the lines of waterproof?
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