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pondering color for color's sake

Posted by lisa_3 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 7, 13 at 23:09

I have been going over pictures while waiting for spring and checking out catalogs and new things offered on the LA. I find in my own gardens I have added many eyed, edged, bi tone, etc and have gradually removed just pure solid color daylilies bit by bit. In the catalogs and LA-I see much of the same. I have begun to realize I would hate to see the pure colors be 'bred out' So-that being said-what daylilies do you like without the bells and whistles-just pure color? Hope this makes sense. lol After seeing it in my Aunt's yard, I had to get Mary's Baby.


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RE: pondering color for color's sake

Old Tangiers during a good summer-great temps and water a good example of orange.


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RE: pondering color for color's sake

Hi, Lisa, I know just what you mean. I like solid colors, or those that have a lot of subtle shading of the same colors, Most of these in our garden will be oldies, but that's fine with me. I am sending along a few examples, perfect to do on a rainy afternoon. Avedon

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Bodacious Returns

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Our NOID "Single Somebody"

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Smoky Mountain Autumn

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My seedling I have named Renoir's Inspiration

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Midnight Magic

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Siloam Double Classic

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Voila Francois--the only frilly DL we have, I prefer the simpler forms

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Golliwog

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Turkish Turban---One of our biggest favorites--I see I didn't downsize this one, but I don't think there will be many complaints.

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J. Carpenter seedling

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Chance Encounter

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Joan Senior

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"Jean's Joyful Noise"

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Starstruck

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Last One---Burning Inheritance

I do have more, but I will save them for another rainy day. Hope there are some here you like.


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Smokey Mountain Autumn is just one of the flowers where the color is just so perfect it doesn't need extra fluff!


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