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Here is the link to the thread I started in the Brug Forum which explains the pictures in this collage and compares them to other pictures on the Internet for what is supposed to be this same Brug, Pink Favorite. http://davesgarden.com/forums/t/642511/
oh - if I could get one that stayed consistantly that dark pink color and had tendrils - I wouldn't care WHAT name it had! I am like beginning daylily people that don't care about whether their daylilies are named varieties or not.
Since I am not a "brug" person, I just want a pretty pink one (or 2). It could be someone's seedling. Just want one with tendrils and that is really pink. Not too much to ask - is it???? LOL.
You are getting a cutting from this one at the Tupelo Fall RU, but be forewarned that I've had all sorts of insect problems this summer so you will have to keep your cutting away from all other plants for the winter just to make sure it doesn't have mites.