Reed, 2008 - 36" EM 6.5" dor. Dip. Soft pink with creamy ruffled edges, 4-way branching
Soft pink, with a cream throat and midribs, and creamy ruffled edges. Out of Loch Ness Monster, the ruffles are on all segments, and the bloom is gently recurved and narrow. The garden name has been Pink LNM. With wide 4-way branching and 18-20 buds, it displays the blooms nicely. It is named after my mother, who was the first person I knew to grow daylilies. If only hers in the 1950's had been this pretty! She would love it. Fertile.
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