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More Earlies for Tuesday

Posted by edward_kimball Zone 5b (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 22, 14 at 15:35

Arlene Welsh

Arlene Welsh photo Daylily-ArleneWelsh2_zps2ea470b6.jpg

Heavenly Orange Blaze

Heavenly Orange Blaze photo Daylily-HeavenlyOrangeBlaze_zpsf9f80b44.jpg

No More Tears

No More Tears photo Daylily-NoMoreTears_zps51180d76.jpg

Vertical Horizon - in a pot

Vertical Horizon photo Daylily-VerticalHorizon_zps909afb30.jpg

Yellow Monkey was all polys today.

Yellow Monkey photo Daylily-YellowMonkey_zpsb86c9a0c.jpg

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: More Earlies for Tuesday

Great ones, Edward, especially Heavenly Orange Blaze and Yellow Monkey. Avedon

RE: More Earlies for Tuesday

Very nice ones,and NO MORE TEARS is my favorite out of them.


RE: More Earlies for Tuesday

Arlene Welsh has always appealed to me, but I don't remember so many orange shadings. Am also a fan of Yellow Monkey.

RE: More Earlies for Tuesday

I can't imagine anything prettier than your photo of No More Tears. I love the combo of Heavenly Orange Blaze with the purple foliage in the background. Is that a purple smoke bush?


RE: More Earlies for Tuesday

Oooh No More Tears! Just.. perfect. Color and form. Mine pales in comparison :) It is much lighter. Also love H. Orange Blaze.

RE: More Earlies for Tuesday

Love all those bright colors. Spiders are normally my thing, but I'm really enjoying your pics of Yellow Monkey.

RE: More Earlies for Tuesday

The color and form of No More Tears look superb! Heavenly Orange Blaze is very pretty too.


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