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Playing catchup on Tuesday

Posted by celestialrose zone 4/5 NH (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 29, 14 at 23:14

More photos to try to catch up a bit on what's been blooming around my garden. I have too many daylilies, too many photos to share and too little time but I am trying my best to get them up when I can. Thanks for taking a peek!

Celeste


Some garden scenes to start off


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Former NOID which I believe to be Wind Song....this has the most lovely fragrance of any daylily I've sniffed. It is heavenly.
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SPACECOAST BLASTOFF
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INWOOD
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closeup of INWOOD
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FORSYTH CATAWBA
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PETTICOAT FRILLS
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ROYAL TROPHY triplets
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TERRY LYNINGER is always one of my early bloomers
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WINDHAM OBERON
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MARIETTA SCREAMER
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KAZOO
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SWISS DIPLOMAT
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RAVEN WINDSONG
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ZADA MAE
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SILOAM DAVID KIRCHHOFF
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MALAYSIAN MARKETPLACE twins
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MEXICAN MAGIC
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BROADWAY VALENTINE clump
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TUSCAWILLA TIGRESS
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MORE PHOTOS COMING LATER....thanks!


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oH MY GOODNESS< Celeste, So beautiful. every one of them.I keep scrolling up and down trying to choose a favorite out of them, but,I can not do it,as they are each and every one so pretty, impossible to pick a favoriteI don't like the form very much on RAVEN WINDSONG but, that color is gorgeous.ROYAL TROPHY is such a beauty. and the garden shots is so pretty, could almost sit and look at them all day.I am so glad you are able to find a little time to post these photos of your beautiful gardens,I just injoy them so much,and especially since I don't have any blooming now, except for 3 that are still blooming . each one has 3 blooms every day.my Beautiful Edging is a bloom machine,it just keeps going and going and I love it.your lilies are very pretty again, too.I love the lilies.Thank you so much celeste, for taking the time in your busy schedule to post these beautiful photos.

jean


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What is the yellowish Shasta in the first pic? Banana Cream Sundae? Nice to see daylilies in a mixed garden setting. I especially like the Raven Woodsong. Is Terry Lyninger a good grower for you?

This post was edited by mantis__oh on Wed, Jul 30, 14 at 16:24


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THANK YOU Jean and Mantis for looking and commenting....it's always appreciated. Jean I just love how you are always so enthusiastic and sweet, so I will continue to keep posting pictures so long as I can find the time. Mantis, yes the yellow Shasta daisy is Banana Cream. It has been blooming now since early June and I just love the color. It really stands out.

Celeste


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Your gardens are awesome! Love the all the daylilies shot too, #5. Daylilies are all so nice and look great. My favorites today are Malaysian Marketplace and Sp. Blastoff!


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Goergeous garden scenes. I really like Forsyth Catawba and Petticoat Frills. The clumps of Raven Windsong and Broadway Valentine are spectacular! I hope to see more of your photos. I'm just about bloomed out here.

Debra


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  • Posted by maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
    Thu, Jul 31, 14 at 14:42

A gardeners delight. So many colors to catch ones eye. SP Blastoff next to a vivid pink Cleome? Doesn't sound like it would work, but in your picture, surrounded with other colors it does. Zada Mae takes the temperature down and then Broadway Valentine warms it back up with it's cheery red face. Very nice. Must be a sight every day going out in the garden.............Maryl


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Thanks for sharing pictures of your beautiful gardens. SPACECOAST BLASTOFF is my favorite daylily of the group.


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The garden is gorgeous as always, Celeste. I especially like Spacecoast Blastoff and Inwood today. I would love to walk through your garden.
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Thank you all so much! Comments are most welcome and appreciated since posting takes up so much time and one does wonder if anyone is enjoying them, you know?
So THANKS!
Mantis, I forgot to answer your other question.....No, Terry Lyninger is not a vigorous grower here and I suspect it would prefer someplace warmer. Blooms are sparse and the plant has no increase in the 4 years I've had it, just barely coming up each spring and then putting up a couple scapes. I'm on the fence about this one but it's still here because it is one of my earliest to bloom and it's unique-looking.....but it is in limbo.

Celeste


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Celeste,
They are all so nice. My favorite is Raven Windsong.
Brad


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So many nice ones, I always love malaysian MarketplaceI've often wondered about Terry Lyninger, the pattern is so unique. I've come THIS close to buying it several times, but I have gathered it is just not very vigorous. I can handle little increase, actually it might be a virtue in time. I'm getting enough daylilies, I can see it might be a chore at some point in keeping them divided :) But I like lots of blooms. I have a few plants here like Terry, but I keep because I really like them & I have the space. One of these days though, they will be leaving.
I have Inwood also, I rarely ever see anyone here mention it, but it does well here & the blooms are always nice. Yours looks really happy. Spacecoast Blastoff looks fantastic. The Spacecoast series seems like all are suppose to get great bud counts. I only have a couple of them, & fairly new, so far not impressive, but this would have been their 2nd full year & they had a hard winter. Your garden shots are stunning, I really MUST move some daisies among the daylilies. I really like the white contrast.


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