I really am making progress on my photo organization. For now, I did find these two examples of how I mix the daylilies into the perennial beds.
I have rows of daylilies in beds, but I also use daylilies in my perennial borders. I find that they mix well - but some of the reds, pinks, purples do not. When you get the best red daylily up against a bright red rose or bright red monarda, the daylilies just can't compare. I love yellow daylilies, and I tend to use them more than other colors with the perennials. Peach tones too.
Mary Ethel Anderson is planted in front of an Astillbe and I really like that combo. Between my front walk and my house is about 5-6 feet of shade bed with hosta, astillbe, hellebore - all kinds of shade plants. But, right along the walk, there is about 1 foot of full sun. I put mini daylilies in there. That is where this photo was taken.
Leprechaun's Lace is planted in the same area.