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    • Monti Ahrens

      Lady Elizabeth Daylily Must have - white Daylily

    • Mel Zeigler

      Lady Elizabeth Daylily. Perennial. Full to partial sun, well-drained soil, nearly immune to pests. 24" tall, 18" wide. Daylilies are so pretty and easy to grow but may not tolerate our heat.

    • Heather Snow

      Lady Elizabeth Daylily - new, near-white selection whose creamy, lightly ruffled petals sport a lemony-green throat. A dependable rebloomer, making it a must-have for gardeners who want tons of blooms with minimal fuss. Plant in garden beds that receive full or part sun. The 5-1/2-inch blooms appear in midseason. Daylilies are hardy, spread well, and are nearly immune to pests. Growing Conditions: Full to partial sun and well-drained soil Size: 24 inches tall, 18 inches wide Zones: 4-10

    • Keryn Smith

      Day Lily - Lady Elizabeth

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