1) In casual use in daylily commerce, equivalent to a single ramet, an individual plant from division with crown, roots, and leaves.

2) Technically, the foliage (does not include scapes or buds) of a daylily plant as visible above ground growing from the crown. A flattened fan-shaped spread of leaves arranged alternately.

See also: ramet, division

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