Mississippi Man


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Daylily description

The daylily Mississippi Man was hybridized by Trimmer in 2006. Mississippi Man was hybridized by crossing ((Ed Brown × Tet. Connie Burton) × Tet. Grace Pierce). The color of Mississippi Man can be described as dark pink with white edge above bright green throat. It is a Tetraploid. It has a bud count of 28. It blooms in (Early). It's flowers measure (6.5 in, (17 cm) ). It has 3 branches. It has a normal scape height of (28 in, (71 cm) ). It is Fragrant.

Daylily data

Hybridizer: Trimmer
Year: 2006
Color: dark pink with white edge above bright green throat
Ploidy: Tetraploid
Parentage: ((Ed Brown × Tet. Connie Burton) × Tet. Grace Pierce)
Bud Count: 28
Bloom Size: 6.5 in, (17 cm)
Bloom Season: Early
Branches: 3
Scape Height: 28 in, (71 cm)
Foliage Type: Evergreen
Fragrance: Fragrant

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