Chariton, IA(Zone 5b)

I have some lilies that I've had for years and when they were moved to a new location, the tags were long gone. Can you help me ID them please?

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Westbrook, ME(Zone 5a)

Brugie - I tell everyone with un-known daylilies.... there are over 10,000 named, registered varieties. Unless you can narrow down the choices - it's impossible to be sure of a name. You can compare pictures but even then I don't think you could possitively ID a daylily. Some of them are very similar to each other and are difficult to tell apart. It's best just to love them without a name then pin a wrong one on them. You know - ... it's 1000 x worse than the Charles Grimaldi / Dr.Suess confusion.

Chariton, IA(Zone 5b)

Gosh Sue, we wouldn't want to get into another discussion like that one again. Since I'm not that big into daylilies, it doesn't matter to me. 10,000 would be a lot to choose from. At that rate there must be hundreds of them that would be in the peach color. Thanks for letting me know this. I had no idea there were that many. Gosh, now I want one of each!! :-) Have a good one!!

Shirley

Morris, IL(Zone 5b)

Even nameless, that one's a real keeper!

Chariton, IA(Zone 5b)

Thanks Naturepatch. It is a nice color, but kind of got lost this year in all the other stuff that grew faster than I thought it would.

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