Here's the photos
These first ones are all the pots were we have divided the clumps and potted them up. There are anywhere from 600-800 (or more) pots in each row. In the second photo where the empty ground cover is there will be more pots going there when he finishes the sprinkler.
These next photos are where my hybridizing area will be. These beds are about 30' each and are extended off of James' beds which are probably about 60'-70' each. We are going to add a structure to put shade cloth on. We have 3 beds so far and I have been hauling 5 gallon pots of mulch from my old place to over here in the van each morning I come over. The van holds about 75 pots stacked and it takes about 2 1/2 loads to fill each bed. Once my ex fixes the tire on his old truck I can use the truck and a trailer to haul it over. It's a long process on the mulch because I had a semi truck load brought to the other place and now have to move it here. I will be taking my old beds apart and bringing the wood over as well so I will have at least two more beds to build along with these 3. I will have my hybridizing daylilies, the collection I have ordered, and my show flowers in these beds. I have to run some pipe so I can put my sprinklers in and then I will put down somemore ground cover. Off to the left of the third photo where it is overgrown with dead bushes and now the goldenrod is growing, I will clear that out and put down some ground cover there too.
These next photos are his display beds built from rocks that Fred mentioned. The collections he buys each year go here plus the seedlings he is watching. These were all full of daylilies that we have since dug up and divided and are now in those pots in the first photos.
This bed is keeper seedlings that he is watching.
The next are the beds where he puts his collections he buys
You will see half the bed still has weeds in it. That is dollarweed and is a B**** to get rid of. We left it and this will get sprayed 2-3 times to make sure it gets good and dead and that's almost hoping for too much. It has those wonderful runners and if any, and I mean any, small piece of root or runner is left it will keep growing.
There is 4 other beds like these I didn't take photos of.
These next beds are where he puts his first year seedlings. These beds are I think 80' long. If you notice in some of the photos above and here the fence line by the road; he also plants his first year seedlings there as well, on both side of the fence.