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Jan 20, 2017 6:52 AM CST
|Glad to hear things are improving Larry.
I like that Orange Electric selection... I have said to myself numerous times, characteristics as in late blooming varieties would be my criteria for future orders. But so far, it has been the pretty faces that have been used for my selections. Although, I did win a few on the LA from Fred that are patterned. That was also a criteria that I set for selections, so I'm batting .500...
(Georgia Native in Florida)
Jan 20, 2017 7:04 AM CST
|You take it easy for while Larry, Don't you be lifting heavy bags and stuff... I'm sure your doctor wouldn't want that. And yes, as usual your daylilies are lovely! I can't believe you have daffs already. Mine are MONTHS away. no snow up here, but we often get heavy snows in Feb.
The end is nothing, the journey is all.
Jan 20, 2017 8:09 AM CST
Don't worry, I promise not to pickup any bags heavier than I can lift! I do run across a few of those .
I noticed your purchases from Fred of patterned daylilies, and that you had a few daylilies coming from In The Neighborhood Daylilies. I don't think I have anything yet in patterns, so maybe I can be researching a few of them for the fall. They seem to be newer and often more expensive, and I would want ones that would be good "Garden Daylilies" not just a pretty face. I will be checking out the reviews to see if any of them get good reviews in that respect.
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