13 thoughts on “four

  1. Gradmama2011

    Nice. Is the 4-petal/sepal version a mistake or an actual Daylily variety of its own? What happens when you cross one of these guys with a 3+3 family? I love the yellow, and the backlighting from the sun shining through the petals.

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      1. Gradmama2011

        I find that very interesting. I must note that everything I know about Daylilies I learned from you. thank you. We had a cat once, Tinkerbell, that had six toes on each foot. I heard that the six-toes thing is occasional with cats. Probably the same “rules” of nature apply to cats as well as flowers?

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