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What's Blooming September 1st

Posted by hostabuff Zone 6a MA (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 1, 14 at 20:12

I still have some daylilies blooming on this beautiful, humid holiday day...

Incendiary (rebloom - which is usually unheard of in my garden)
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Where'd Y'all Go
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Ruby Lipstick still going....
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Spacecoast Seashells
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Delphinium reblooming
Delphinium photo 1-Delphinium.jpg

Hosta Eskimo Pie
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Hosta Emerald Ruff Cut
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RE: What's Blooming September 1st

Very pretty daylilies blooming.My Incentdiary didn't bloom this year,so didn't get reblooms either. SPACECOAST SEASHELLS is really a pretty one. And the hostas are very pretty, too.I haven't seen these two before. very nice.


RE: What's Blooming September 1st

Love where'd yall go. Really like the piecrust edge hostas, they are on my list.

RE: What's Blooming September 1st

Your hostas are in remarkable shape for this time of the year. I don't see a single hole. The Eskimo Pie pic is especially nice.

RE: What's Blooming September 1st

Thanks for the feedback. It's fun to have so many daylilies blooming this late in the season. Anyone looking at Eskimo Pie, be ware - a very slow grower. Mantis- these two hosta are looking exceptional for this time of year,however you do not want to see the other 300.

RE: What's Blooming September 1st

You have several nice daylilies still blooming. Love both of your hosta, I may have to look into getting Eskimo Pie. These days I prefer slow growing plants :)

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