touchofsky said:Beautiful photos, Doris. Thanks for posting them
sooby said:Nikki, have you looked into importing daylilies from Canada, maybe asked DEFRA? Xylella has occasionally been reported here but not (according to a distribution article I looked at) from the area where Fairyscape, for example, is located. This particular article said the furthest north Xylella has been found in Canada is Niagara which is about 600 kms away. Whether that's still the case I don't know.
I grew up in the UK pre-EU. Do you think once Brexit is complete that there will be restrictions on importing plants from Europe?
blue23rose said:Doris, your pictures showing all the variations of Blue Viper are wonderful! Thank you! That is exactly why I come to NGA. So I can see true garden pictures of daylilies because the pictures on some sites just can't be right. Like Nikki, pictures that have been altered to the nth degree put me off too. With that said, Blue Viper is definitely a beauty in its own right and needs no alterations.
sooby said:Nikki, yes, true that Rich has been approved for shipping to Europe, but I was thinking if you wanted something he doesn't have. Phytos from Canada are (or at least were last time I looked into it) a fraction of the cost of the USA ones and the value of the Cdn$ is not the same as the US$ for minimum orders but I get what you're saying.
I had reservations about joining the EU in the first place all those years ago but now I think I would have voted to remain too, although I didn't have a vote as an ex-pat.