My rescued Lilies are really showing off this year. Glad I did not leave them to die from thirst. Scroll to the bottom of my Gallery to see them.
Here is a link that might be useful: Gaylas yard/plant Gallery
Oh my, what a lovely whimiscal garden you have!
I just got interested in lilies the past year and am dying to get my hands on more!
Enjoyed your yard/plant gallery pics..Love the way you have created various seating areas into your yard..like rooms almost. I'd love to know the names of the following plants you have in your garden. picture#DSCF0015 are those silene's or sweet williams? Peony variety?Kansas or Karl Rosenfeld? Clematis name? Love the sweet william/rose combination. That planter you used for violas/pansies/johnnny jump-ups is perfect. Great idea; I've seen them in mail order catalogs.
Do you do all your art work on your bowling balls?Ilove the little fairy village by the big tree. That is so cute, how did you find such perfect rocks for those ladybugs? Thanks for sharing all with us. You have such nice variety of daylilies. The poppies are spectacular..What is the name of that light orange one?
That would be and Heirloom Iris called "Kochii" I just gave away a bunch of little pups from it, very hardy and beautiful Iris. The other one with that # is a Sweet William. The Peony I have no ideas as to the name, It came from the LDS temple up in Manti, Utah. It was one of the first plant planted there when it was built, early 1800's. The clematis? is Walmart buy! No name tag! got it for $2.50. As were the Strawberry pots with the viola planted in them. I just gave them there new paint jobs. There are no Bowling balls!!! the ladybugs are recycled floating lights cut in half. I did do all the artwork!! The other stuff is a recycled gazing ball and old light covers. The poppy is called "Prince of Orange" The daylilies are out doing themselves this year! I rescued them from my Mothers home after my Step father passed away in 2008. Thank you for looking. G