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Suggestions for crown rot resistant varieties (EV only)

8 years ago

This has been an off and on persistent problem in my garden and I'm tired of wasting money on varieties that fail to thrive. Some have succumbed even after several years of thriving and multiplying to form large clumps in the same spot for several years. I sometimes wonder if this is a "dirty little secret" in the daylily world......they are supposed to be so easy and yet I've had an easier time growing dozens and dozens of varieties of roses. I even started planting them in pots as to try to alleviate this problem.

So, I'm looking for suggestions for landscape type varieties that will multiply (I'm also tired of ones that, after years, are still at a single fan!). I'm in south central Texas so my only restriction is that they be evergreen.

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