hemerocallis-corky

SookieSookie Posts: 1

I have seen many different images of Hemerocallis Corky online and in magazines.  Does anyone have a true photo and description of this plant as I am now very confused about it? Thx

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  • galestgalest Posts: 59

    Ive had this daylilly for yrs as I think its far better than all the fully doubles and messed around with plants. The flowers are very simple a yellow trumpet with browny red on the backs of the petals. The flower stems are thin and grow to about 2 ft in height but the main reason I grow it is the perfume its wonderful. Hope this helps.

  • Silver surferSilver surfer Posts: 586

    Sookie, when searching on www try using sites that you hope will be accurate... eg.RHS, Kew, Universities.

     

    Google brings up  pictures by amateurs as well and can be misleading on occassions.

    http://apps.rhs.org.uk/plantselector/plant?plantid=3070

     

     

    Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
  • waterbuttswaterbutts Posts: 1,221

    It's a very elegant little plant. I like it because the stems are almost invisible from a distance and the flowers seem to float.

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