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CASCADE, CURLING:

One of three defining forms of an Unusual Form daylily. A "cascade" refers to a small, steep waterfall or something resembling it. The cascade form may include cascading or curling of segments. Also see Cascading, Curling, Segment, Unusual form.

cascade
cascadeThe tepals of a Cascade should really cascade like a waterfall.

The straplike segments of this flower are examples of what a cascade should look like.

Cultivar: ORCHID CORSAGE (Saxton)

Photo by Bob Schwarz, used with permission.

The floral segmants descend nearly to where the tepals separate at the base of the blossom.

Cultivar: ORCHID CORSAGE

Photo by Bob Schwarz, used with permission.


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