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One of three definitions of an Unusual Form daylily. Floral segments are markedly wider at the end, resembling a kitchen spatula. Also see: Cascade, Cascading/Curling, Segment, Unusual form.


The petals are Spatulate. The sepals are partially Quilled and Curled at the tips. Cultivar: ASTERISK, Lambert.

This is a perfect example of the Spatulate form. Long petals with the widest part of the floral segment more than half way from the center. Cultiivar: SPOONER, Wilson.
Photo by Casey Schott, used with permission.

Photo by Bob Schwarz, used with permission.

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