Daylilies with flowers less than three inches in diameter. They may be on dwarf, medium or tall scapes.

When photographing especially small flowered cultivars, it’s often helpful to include a familiar object such as a coin, ruler or lens cap in order to judge the size of a bloom. See the example below for a comparison of relative sizes.

Photo by Tim Fehr, used with permission. Note quarter for scale

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The American Daylily Society