When a person gets as many daylilies as I have sometimes it becomes very difficult to decide which one I am even looking at. Some I have I can id when somebody else shows me a photo, even from a garden I have never been in. I did that recently with Open Hearth Daylily. But then I look at my own pale yellows and I can't figure out if they are So Lovely, Good Impressions, or Demetrius, or that yellow one that Carlos gave me in 2005, that I never saw in bloom before transplanting it a 2nd time, and I don't even remember the name. Then there is the pale yellow I dug a start from the rental house while we were building this house.
I have never understood why some people plant Stella De Oro Daylilies all the way across the front of their houses, sorry if I have stepped on any toes here, but I just don't understand with such variety why a person would want all of one kind. But when I go outside and look at some of mine and cannot begin to say which one that one is I think I finally understand it. Maybe. What I am getting to....I don't know the name of this yellow one.
I also can't tell which are which when looking at Lady Georgia or Ruffled Apricot. Then there is Decatur Apricot, but it doesn't look like Ruffled Apricot, but it sure looks like Aisha.
Then there is Addie Branch Smith Daylilies.