The Plantsman’s Nursery


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Spider forms of Hemerocallis came from early breeding of some nocturnal species, H. altissima and H. citrina with additions of diurnal species, Hemerocallis fulva. As the name suggests the flowers have a ‘spider’ like appearance, long thin petals that often dangle like spider legs! Disregarded during the breeding of Tetraploid forms, the spider regained notoriety in the 1980’s and a new wave of interest in the 1990’s bought these plants back into the limelight and sparked off a whole new world of Hemerocallis breeding

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