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More from Nationals.

Posted by dlpsych 6a (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 1, 12 at 8:19

More pics. Sorry if these aren't in any sort of order.
This is the garden of Doug and Stacy Sayer, Angel's Paradise. The form and layout of this garden was really something to see.
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Daylilies, Double Minded You can see that we did have just a drizzling of rain the second day, but it didn't interfere at all. They certainly needed rain though.
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Subtantial Evidence
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Frogs were certainly a favorite in the gardens.
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White Chocolate
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Lots of places to sit and enjoy the views. This is the garden of Charles and Cynthia Lucius, Anity Abloom, probably my favorite garden on the tour.
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Jamie Gossards daylily beds.
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Mr. Obvious
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The sails again. The theme was Discover Columbus' Passion for Daylilies. You can see the tour buses in the background, we had just two buses at each stop. I felt like a kid on a field trip!! Tons of fun.
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The Osman Garden had an area devoted to women hybridizers.
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More garden views, I believe this is from Amity Abloom
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One last picture. Thanks for looking!! Cindy
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Lovely tour and we enjoyed coming along with you. I really like the garden shots as I love to see peoples gardens and the settings that they grow daylilies in.


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A real treat! Do you know any of the reds in second-to-last picture (not the redhead in the last picture)? What about the mass yellow in the first Lucius garden picture? Angel's Paradise certainly had the benefit of established trees, something quite welcome this summer.


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Lovely photos, thanks for the show, Cindy.
kay


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  • Posted by maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
    Wed, Aug 1, 12 at 13:30

I almost felt I was with you. Such nice gardens. Enjoyed the ride.....Maryl


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Thanks all.
Mantis, the yellow daylily is an oldie, Yellow Explosion, Oakes '89. Sorry about the reds, the only one I know for sure is Thin Man, the taller UF by the birdhouses.
Cindy


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Thank you for posting. Always enjoy seeing the tour gardens.

Julia


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Thanks for the pictures!

I got 'Mr. Obvious' on auction this year - something about the combination of color and form just grabbed me. Your picture makes me anxious all over again to see it bloom!


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Gorgeous pictures, Cindy and thank you for giving us all the tour along with you.I just bet you had a blast on the trip with so many daylilies to see.

jean


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Thanks so much for taking us on the tour--the next best thing to being there.
Val


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Posted by dlpsych 6a (My Page) on Wed, Aug 1, 12 at 15:02
Thanks all.
Mantis, the yellow daylily is an oldie, Yellow Explosion, Oakes '89. Sorry about the reds, the only one I know for sure is Thin Man, the taller UF by the birdhouses.
Cindy
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Ha, I thought I saw a clump of THIN MAN there!

Nate


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Thanks for taking the time to upload your photos. Nice gardens!


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Thanks so much for posting your photos. I love the statue of the Buddha Frog. My favorite photo is the one of the massed yellow daylilies and the swing.

Debra


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