Photos of My Daylilies
Here are pictures of most of the daylilies I grow. Some of them have not bloomed for me yet! I will try to keep adding my new daylilies as I get their pretty faces on film. I hope these beauties can serve as an inspiration for all those daylily collectors out there!

Click here to see daylilies with names starting with:
A-D       E-H      I-L       M-P       Q-Z

Monday, February 22, 2010

Updating My Flower Photos

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Well, over the last week I have been updating my photos of all my flowers for my "My Daylilies" page. It is nice to finally have some static pages here on blogger. That way you guys can always see all my flowers anytime you want! And let's not kid ourselves... so **I** can see them anytime I want... which when I am doing Chemistry or Calculus homework, is often! Ack, Math is brutal... but I digress into college ramblings. This page is about daylilies!!

I hope to keep my page up to date with all the new seedlings set to bloom this year. I can hardly wait to see all those new faces, and to know how well they branch, open and perform over all. Since many of my poor seedling babies in 2008 had to stay in pots, they did not bloom in 2009... except for a determined few. I don't think I fertilized them nearly enough... and it must have been 150 degrees plus on the hot cement during our Texas summer. I could nearly hear them sighing when I finally put them in the ground last year.

I have joined the AHS email robin, and it is certainly nice to know that I am not the only insanely addicted daylily person! I keep asking myself... "where am I going to put 120 new seedlings??" There is absolutely NO BED SPACE anywhere in my yard. I know all of the 2008, and 2009 babies won't *ALL* be keepers, but I have a feeling a lot of them will want to hang around for evaluation. Those seedlings only got ground space due to the fact that I ripped out an entire bed of Asian Jasmine last year... whew... The BF thinks I am absolutely nuts, but he is such a good sport! He let me rip it all out and even rubbed my achin' back when I was done. How good it that! So, now I am back to no bed space. I keep thinking... "we don't need all that grass, do we?" But then the dogs give me that look, like "where would we pee?" LOL. Guess I gotta keep some of it.

Well, I guess that is my ramble for the night... back to the books!

Happy Growing.

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Michelle,
I so relate to your post. I went back to college in my late 30s and had a math minor. 1st math class after 20yrs was Calculus, ouch!

I too wonder where I can fit this year's seedling crops (daylilies and iris). I'm desperately looking for field land to buy or lease.

If I had a bf I'm sure he'd be convinced I am nuts over these plants.

Debra in CO

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