Polymerous's profile

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Polymerous's badges:
Region: California Garden Photography Garden Procrastinator Daylilies Pollen collector Dog Lover Moon Gardener Irises Heucheras Vegetable Grower Garden Ideas: Level 1 Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Dahlias

Some info about Polymerous:
  • Joined on July 4, 2012
  • Name: Marilyn, aka "Poly"
  • Location: South San Francisco Bay Area
  • USDA Zone: 9b
  • Interests: daylilies (especially polymerous, polychrome, rust resistant, CMO, and near-white daylilies), reblooming and fragrant TB irises, shade tolerant irises, moon gardens, kitchen gardens, and pollen dabbing; obsessive websurfing; also occasionally handcrafted soap making, hiking, non-web reading (largely science fiction and fantasy); harried Mom to a dedicated hunter, explorer, creek fisher, and escape artist 1/4 lab mix named 'Warp'
  • Thumbs-ups: 13,805 received, 4,676 given.
  • Items given special acorn tips: 139 received, 86 given.
  • Bookmarked pages: 3
  • Polymerous's active areas of the database
  • Daylilies (109 contributions.)
  • Irises (104 contributions.)
  • Polymerous's Plant List
    There are 605 plants in Polymerous's plant list.
    Selected Trees and Shrubs: 5 plants
    Irises, TB: 164 plants
    Irises, IB: 3 plants
    Irises, BB: 6 plants
    Irises, SDB: 6 plants
    Pacific Coast Irises: 11 plants
    Misc Irises: 8 plants
    Irises, used to have: 37 plants
    Irises, wanted: 13 plants
    Dahlias: 4 plants
    Daylilies: 139 plants
    Daylilies, unregistered: 5 plants
    Daylilies, used to have: 69 plants
    Daylilies, wanted: 2 plants
    Heucheras: 5 plants
    Hostas: 11 plants
    Annuals, Biennials, and Tender Perennials: 1 plant
    Misc Perennials: 60 plants
    Misc, used to have: 31 plants
    Narcissus: 5 plants
    Roses: 7 plants

    Gardening Ideas by Polymerous:
    Protecting the Pollen! (...and the Pods?)
    Save and Re-Use Your Plastic Garden Supply Bags as Soaking Containers







    Today's site banner is by Marilyn and is called "Salvia and Crocosmia in late June"