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Daffs bloom along daylily rows

Posted by newyorkrita z6b/7a LI NY (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 21, 12 at 14:43

There is a garden section in my backyard with a row of Serviceberry shrubs that defines the end of it. I have daffs directly in front of those seriviceberries and daylilies in front of everything. In fact I have lots of my Dale Thomas late blooming intros here. But in the spring it looks nice with the daffs blooming.

I had daffs there, old fashioned yellow ones that finshed blooming already. Then last fall I put two rows of COPPER QUEEN daffs in front of the old daff row. COPPER QUEEN is blooming now.

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RE: Daffs bloom along daylily rows

Very pretty! I really like the bright orange ones like that.


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RE: Daffs bloom along daylily rows

What a nice idea! Serial blooms along the rows until the lead stars make their appearance. those are very pretty bright ones, Rita.
kay


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RE: Daffs bloom along daylily rows

I have been working on that back garden area off by those serviceberries for a few years now. Last fall I added more late blooming daylilies in there so this year bloom season should be even better than before.


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RE: Daffs bloom along daylily rows

Rita, The daffs are pretty and your daylily clumps look full of promise! Thanks for sharing -
Kathy


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RE: Daffs bloom along daylily rows

Very pretty daffs, Rita. the daylilies are looking really good, too.Is that your red alert lilies in the background in picture one?

Jean


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RE: Daffs bloom along daylily rows

No, no lilies up there in that garden section. Just daffs and daylilies. Daylilies are growing really good here now.


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