Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Memories of Spring: Daylilies



(This picture can be enlarged by clicking on it.)

We have a small flower bed next to the garage, and it contains four different varieties of daylilies. When they are all in bloom we get a lot of color in a very small place.

18 comments:

Mildred said...

Your daylilies are very nice ~ they seem to do well no matter how hot or dry the spring/summer is.

rainfield61 said...

Your picture is like a piece of drawing. Simply beautiful.

Sandra said...

your lilies show the same colors as my poincinas. so beautiful and just right for memories of spring.

Reader Wil said...

These lilies are so beautiful and a sign that you are a great gardener! Thanks for sharing and also for your visit!

Fred Alton said...

Great picture of the trumpet lilies. I love finding these brilliant orange colors around old abandoned homesteads here in the mountains. It's a sure sign of fall.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Beautiful!!!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Really beautiful! They are very nice.

A Lady's Life said...

I think these are the easiest flowers to care for.:)

KathyA said...

I guess it's wrong, but I'm already looking forward to spring blooms again!

Ginny said...

Next to the garage is a great place for this shot of color!! I guess you see it every time you drive in or out.

imac said...

A beautiful collection of colour there George.

troutbirder said...

No fuss. No muss. Daylilies are great and all the new varities.

~mel said...

Up in my neck of the woods the day lilies are a summer bloomer. No matter when and where they bloom ~ they are still a beauty. Thanks for sharing!

teca said...

I like coming here because you share life... all very simple and beautiful!

The photo is lovely! Thank you!

Kisses.

SandyCarlson said...

Delightful and lovely.

misslynda said...

I love daylilies - - - no or low maintenance and increasing beauty each year as they multiply.

EG Wow said...

These daylilies are beauties, George!

Ruthi said...

there are still some remnants of summer around here... so i am so taking advantage of their beauty.