Thursday, May 6, 2010
I would like to think that most plant dealers are reasonably ethical with what they do, but this cataloge caught me off guard with its flagrant fubar. Here, they are selling daylilies A. as native plants, which they aren't, and B. as collected from the wild. Native plants generally should not be collected from the wild, as it's too destructive a practice.
My one consolation here is that invasive daylilies are being removed from the wild. Here's hoping the company left the land in better state than how they found it.