Thursday, September 9, 2010

Janice Brown Daylily



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Daylilies usually bloom in June around here, but we have this beauty blooming in our front yard right now.

Janice Brown is a re-blooming daylily, and we are enjoying its autumn show. It is the only daylily we have blooming right now, but we hope it will be joined by a couple more in the days ahead.

18 comments:

Mildred said...

What a delight to get repeat blooms. This color is pretty. I hope you'll get more blooms soon to share with us.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Rebloomers are new to me...thanks for the info and the great photo!!! Very pretty!!!

Sandra said...

this must be the flower ginny said looked like peppermint. it does look yummy

Jen said...

It must be getting in its last hooray before the cold weather comes your way.
Great shot George.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That is a nice compliment to the fall garden.Have a fabulous day.
Blessings,Ruth

imac said...

Its a beauty George.

Happyone :-) said...

She's a beauty!!

KathyA said...

What a gift to have that blooming now!

Ginny said...

I love this color! Janice Brown must have been the woman who bred this variety?

LV said...

Your roses and flowers are like a second family for you. All of them so nice and pretty with sweet names. I really like your lady today, Janice Brown.

THE OLD GEEZER said...

If I was a bee I would make that my home :-)

A Lady's Life said...

This Lily has a frilly hem around all the leaf edges.
It's wonderful how nature knows how to decorate even a flower.
:)

misslynda said...

I want a pink day lily. However we don't have enough sunshine even to grow grass! We have too many trees.

Carletta said...

I miss my daylilies.
Janice is beautiful! :)

Janie said...

This is a late bloomer, but a very beautiful one.

Indrani said...

This is stunning... such a soft color.

SandyCarlson said...

I am glad this beauty opened up out of season. A beautiful surprise!

EG Wow said...

Oh, it's a lovely one to bloom in September!