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Turtulas-Len

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I grow daylilly plants for tortoise food, so I am always looking to get different color blooms just to make it interesting. This year I have a new color,This plant is a couple years old(started from seed) and I had no idea what color bloom it was going to have. daylillies are like iris in that if you let them go to seed and you have different color plants close by they may cross pollinate to produce new colors. I do this for my enjoyment, The torts don't seem to care what color they are.The last pic is the new one. Len
 

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My juvenile leopards aren't interested in the flowers, but my two largest eat them. I'm just feeding wild ones though.
 

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I have yellow daylilies, and daylilies the color of the first picture you posted- those are my favorite; they remind me of peaches :)
Your new ones are gorgeous!

Nelson enjoyed the yellow flower he tried last summer!
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We have one at my house the same color as the last picture you posted - They are so beautiful!

-C
 
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