KatzM's blog: Daylilies in the tropical heat

Posted on Nov 4, 2014 12:54 AM

I keep on saying that summer has struck and by mid morning the daylily blooms have taken on a sunburnt or bleached look but it does not deter me. Out early to snap a few photos while they look their best and beam at the flowering though the orange plastic dog deterring fence does little to enhance their beauty. From hot and dry to very windy and overcast with very, very light showers. The tall daylily scrapes are leaning away from the wind.
We took the dog fence down today..dog gone home..and I can step into my, garden without gates and fence to bother me.
Here are some more of my own pretty girls. They have flowered well and I hope that they are fertile as I have plans for them.

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and if you ignore the edges of the dog fence and the succulent you might get an idea of these girls and their potential.
Another of my beauties has been popping its buds. It is Lindy Lou, a cultivar bred by Mead and always the first to appear with masses of flowers


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and you might like another look at my girls before I post this edition.


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