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Part Two of Daylily Garden Views, around the driveway.

Posted by newyorkrita z6b/7a LI NY (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 29, 12 at 14:08

Part Two of my garden tour.

Views around the driveway. First to one side and the daylily slope and then to the otyer and the garden that runns along next to the driveway. Also some closeups from this part of the yard.

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Star Of The North

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Inherited Wealth

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Blissfull Beauty

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Freds Early Red

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Her Little Bloomers

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RE: Part Two of Daylily Garden Views, around the driveway.

BEAUTIFUL,,JUST BEAUTIFUL.eVERY PICTURE is gorgeous. One question. is that hearts of fire, too? in picture 14? nice big clump of them.You have hundreds blooming now.so pretty, too.

jean


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Everything is beautiful...you must be near peak. I love that big clump os red!
kay


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other than Inherited Wealth that's a favorite, I like Her Little Bloomers. As usual, your garden looks great! Ellie


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I love that star of the north,I think was the name,and it looks HUGE, is it? I love all your pictures. I thought my picture taking was going to be over today when I was out taking the pictures, whn I fell on the sidewalk and the camera got away from me and went across the cement, but, didnt seem to hurt it, as I took another picture afterwards.Took me a while to be able to get back up, but, nothing got broke, just badly bruised and a knot on the side of my leg.and the skin tore off my hand.

jean


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It's great to see so many beautiful clumps! Everything looks wonderful.

Debra


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I love the driveway views. Was looking forward to you posting them.

Julia


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Jean, that red clump is Tokay Wine. I really am sorry you fell, put some wich hazel on all your scrapes and bruises and take some aspirin for the ackes and pains.

That you all for looking. I will have to take another round by the driveway in a few days or so as things change quickly.


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I like Blissfull Beauty of this bunch. But it's all beautiful!


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newyorkrita, this is off topic, but is witch hazel better for scrapes than peroxide or Neosporin? I got really bad poison ivy this year and now, with your comment above, I wonder if witch hazel would have good a healing and reducing the itch. What do you know?
Pat


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Thanks so much for all the beautiful garden photos I wish I had the energy to have a stunning garden like yours, oh well maybe someday.
Linda


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Pat, sorry, I really don't know.


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Tell us more about Tokay Wine. It makes a very impressive picture, but I see it is not widely offered. Is it slow to multiply?


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  • Posted by maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
    Sat, Jun 30, 12 at 17:06

Your daylilies are really taking off. I bet you are deadheading like crazy. The pictures that caught my eye (among many I might add) are the ones with the random purple Phlox in it. I thought that was neat.....Maryl


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RE: Part Two of Daylily Garden Views, around the driveway.

Ha-ha. Maryl, I am lucky if Iheadhead anything I am taking a picture of. Otherwise they are on their own. I am much too lazy to deal with it.

Mantis, Tokay Wine is one of the intros of a local Long Island hybridizer Isabel Hibard. She only lives about 20 minutes from me. A few years ago I had ordered lots and lots of her intros and went over there and got them They all do really well here.


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