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Daylilies from Northern California

Posted by dodgerdudette NapaCaz9 (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 3, 09 at 23:52

Moonlit Madness

From Garden 2009

Fairy Fanfare

From Garden 2009

Mexican Magic

From Garden 2009

From Garden 2009

Americas Most Wanted

From Garden 2009

Eye In The Sky

From Garden 2009

No tag on this one--

From Garden 2009

Bela Lugosi

From Garden 2009

Tigerling

From Garden 2009

Enjoy !

Kathy in Napa


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RE: Daylilies from Northern California

They're beautiful. I'm especially drawn to 'America's Most Wanted.' But I'd put any of them in my garden.


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"America's Most Wanted" gets my vote, too. Though I rather like the peachy untagged one, too.

How do you use them in your garden, as specimen plants? I tend to like Hemerocallis used in large sweeps and as edgeing, a task for which they're superbly capable. I like to see Hosta used that way, too.


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I like the peachy one, too! They're all fun in all their ruffles :)

Saucy


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Mexican Magic and America's Most Wanted are my vote but they are all lovely!!! Thanks for posting these Kathy.

Deanne


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Bela Lugosi is my favorite of those ones.


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I too like 'No Tag' which could be many things, among them one named "Help Other People" which is scented and reblooms. Mexican Magic is dramatic and nifty looking too.

My lilies have not begun to open yet but there are buds! I have a few of those Orienpet ones that are six feet tall.

Thanks for sharing!


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Lovely Daylilies , Kathy. My favs are Mexican Magic, America's Most Wanted, Tigerling, and the Unnamed one. :-)
Now...if only I had a deer free spot to but them. :-(
I do have some that are managing to bloom, and I quickly take their pic, before they become deer fodder.
I do not know the names of any of mine, and some are from my cross pollinated seeds. I do have one Lemon Daylily, that is scented.

Thank you for the pics.

Marian


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Mexican Magic and Bella Lugosi are my vote! :-)


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Mexican Magic really caught my eye. You have some nice ones.


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I see a recurrent theme in this group of lilies this year.... very neat - I bought Bela Lugosi last year based on your lovely shots - it's sending a few scapes out -- lovely group, Kathy; Im starting to really like the modern / latest cultivars.

-cindy


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