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The following images of tetraploid daylilies have been contributed by members of the E-Mail Robin for your enjoyment.
MISS ALOHA (Longo, 1993), Tet, 26", EM, Re, 5.25"
Picture contributed by Mike Longo,

Mike writes about MISS ALOHA:
"Miss Aloha is a good consistent performer for me. It has good 3 to 4-way branches and high bud count. It looks pretty much the same here as it did in Hilo. However, in the hot weather it has broader form and is a lighter pink. The substance is always good. Always opens up flat except when nights go below 50 degrees. Here in California, because of the early season cold nights, the re-blooms are much more impressive than the first set of scapes."

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