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flower ID - daylilly

 
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I'm pretty sure the second pic is a box store type flower. If ya'll know what it might be, I'd appreciate it.
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That's a daylily. Many species, if not all, are edible.
 
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Alder Burns wrote:That's a daylily. Many species, if not all, are edible.



Thank you Alder! I knew it was something common.
 
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The first one looks like an evening primrose (Oenothera).
 
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Emilie Thomas-Anderson wrote:The first one looks like an evening primrose (Oenothera).



That's what I came up with too Emilie! Thanks for your help! I'm hoping to catch this guy earlier this weekend. Got there a little late for it that morning.
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