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CRISPATE:

One of three definitions of an Unusual Form daylily. Crispates may contain pinched segments, twisting segments, or quilling on one or more segments. Also see: Quilling, Segment, Twisting, Unusual Form.


pinched crispate
pinched crispate

This is the perfect example of a Pinched Crispate. Petals severely pinched or folded, with the crease running back to the throat. The sepals are nicely curled.
Cultivar: FIRE ARROW
- Webster.

Photo by Richard Webster, used with permission.

This is a Pinched Crispate. Even though the pinching occures only on the outer 1/3 of the petal, it is clearly pinched. That qualifies it as a Pinched Crispate.
Cultivar:
DUNE NEEDLEPOINT - Pauley ,
Photo by Bob Schwarz, used with permission.



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