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The early birds

Posted by kathy9norcal CA 9 (My Page) on
Mon, May 20, 13 at 12:57

Not too much blooming yet, but buds everywhere. Here are a few of the early ones.


Heavenly Blues


Druid's Chant


Martin Blondeel, one of Nicole's, new to me, huge flower


Eskimo Kisses


My Darling Clementine


Colorado Moonfire, perfect every bloom


Forsyth Lemon Drop, an oldie I have kept a long time

Thanks for looking!


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Colorado Moonfire is an excellent plant. It handles things that make other daylilies pout...cool, rain, heat. Very pretty. Martin Blondeel is gorgeous. You have a lot f pretty blooms today.
kay


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very pretty blooms. LOve that Druid's Chant ,, Colorado Moonfire, is very pretty, too...Thank you for sharing them Kathy


jean


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How nice to have so many blooming now. Really like them all, but a favorite would be Heavenly Blues. Avedon


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That MARTIN BLONDEEL is quite a stunner. Very nice grouping of daylilies. Looking forward to seeing more.

Julia


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Your 'Eskimo Kisses' is wonderful!


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Wow....! They're all pretty but that 'Martin Blondeel' just took my breath away. I've never even heard of it but I'm glad you introduced it to us....it is stunning. I also love 'Colorado Moonfire' with it's pretty color.

Celeste


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Like Celeste, I like every one of them, but love Martin Blondeel


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Gotta go for Heavenly Blues, what a beauty.

Colorado Moonfire sounds like a great one to have. What a perfect bloom that is... and I like the color too.


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You have some beautiful blooms can't pick a favorite. I agree with Kay, Colorado Moonfire is a great daylily I also grow it and it is one of my favorites.
Linda


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Beautiful and a great start to the show.


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Love seeing your pics. Heavenly Blues and Martin Blondeel are wonderful.

Andrea


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  • Posted by maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
    Wed, May 22, 13 at 14:48

I like Eskimo Kisses which is unusual because I don't like off whites, but if I squint I can think of it as pale yellow. The real star of the show for me is Colorado Moonfire. What's not to like? Great color and form. Nice show........Maryl


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