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I grow some wild edibles along with my vegetables, and while I know the "old fashioned" daylillies are edible are all the other varieties? I have a bunch of ornamentals to put in and I have a few non-old fashioned daylillies to put in and I wanted to know if I should keep an eye on them in case they are edible.
 
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I have read that many/most of the hybrids are NOT edible.

Other than small scale experimentation, I know of no way to tell which are which.

 
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