Let's see your "D" photos, people!
Such a pretty color, daddylonglegs!
Do you stake yours?
My two got blown down, even in a protected area behind the garage, by a strong windstorm, even tied to stakes. So I cut them back to strong new growth. I've heard they will put out a second bloom if they're cut back. Is that true?
Daylily Woodburn. Registered 1973
I'll have to use the clickable thumbnail. For some reason I can't get the full size to post.
What a lovely pair of DLs!
And I love the blue Russian Sage background!
Thanks for sharing,
Julie, this is my first year with Delphiniums, so I don't know what they need or what they can do. So far the rabbits haven't eaten them so I'm happy. They ate my foxglove, so I may not have something for your "F" post:)
Dahlia, 'Nonette' being slowly eaten by a little green worm.
Do you see it?
Do any of you have flowers being eaten by bugs because of all this rain we've had?
Even with the bugs eating it, it's still a beautiful dahlia! No bugs, but the rabbits are eating everything now that all the Liquid Fence is washed off.