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David Kirchoff, Mort Morss, Roy Woodhall on the daylily teeth blog

In speaking with David Kirchoff last week, I asked him where the term “teeth” originated. David said the term possibly can first be attributed to three people. Betty Woods, Ra Hansen, and Mort Morss. Mort bloomed SHARK’S TOOTH (image one) in … Continue reading

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Define Daylily Teeth, Knobs, Tenacles, Hair, Fangs?

A reader writes “Hi Mike, I have reading your website and am wondering what creates teeth on daylilies.  Are they broken ruffles?  I’ve seen some teeth on daylilies which do not have toothy parents so I am wondering about it. I … Continue reading

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