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A season that came and went 2013

Posted by juliany 6 NY (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 29, 13 at 19:45

I so miss seeing all the blooms so was looking at the "changed" AGAIN pbucket and decided to post some pics (I have lots more) of the garden from this past season. Ahhhh, if only we could turn back time. Didn't Cher sing that song ;-).

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Next time, my favorites daylilies from the 2013 season. Well, that is going to be hard as I love them all. :-)

Julia


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Beautiful show! Thanks for the eye candy!


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Darn you! Now I have that song stuck in my head:) Really nice pictures. It makes me want to go back and look at mine. TFS. It is always nice to see others gardens!


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oh Julia, I loved looking at your pics.They are all so very pretty,Like you,I love all my daylilies and the other lilies, too.These pictures are really outstanding, so beautiful and so very appreciated this time of year when all the blooms are gone.It seems like a very long time to wait for next season blooms, too.

jean


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  • Posted by maryl Z7 Okla. (My Page) on
    Wed, Oct 30, 13 at 2:07

As fall shadows lengthen in my garden which soon will slowly go to sleep for the winter, it is fun to look back at the highlights of why we all do what we do. Your landscape is picture book perfect. Thank you so much for sharing it........Maryl


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  • Posted by marric Z5a Ontario (My Page) on
    Thu, Oct 31, 13 at 8:20

Your garden is incredible! It's pouring here today so looking at the eye candy was a real treat! Good luck picking your favorite, LOL. Is that a blue hyssop beside your monarda? I have both the blue and the white one. BTW, the bees here seem to prefer the white one. How do you keep it under control? Mine reseeds everywhere. Marg


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That is absolutely beautiful, Julia! What a treat. thank you, for sharing your beautiful garden on this dreary day.
kay


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Thanks all. Rainy and windy here today. Trying find all my photos of the dls in Pbucket. Seems I've got alot of duplicates I am having to delete first. We went and got our Flu shots today. I guess that is suppose to be our "treat" instead of "trick". ;-)

Marg: Yes, it is hyssop and yes, it can get out of control. I was planning on dividing several clumps and moving them to along side the back patio but then I had the hand accident so it will have to wait till next spring. The bees love that hyssop. I've not seen the white one. I just pruned some of the clumps of it I have but still have a couple more to do. Monarda can get invasive too so having both of them so close to the dls can pose a problem.

Julia


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As far as I know Julia, you can get Hyssop in 3 colors from Richters. I bought seeds for the pink, white and the blue. I still have the blue and the white but DH tilled under the pink. I wintersowed the seeds. Hyssop is the herb used in cough candies. Marg


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Your garden is so beautiful, thank you for sharing. Really is brightening up my morning. I decided in the spring I'm going to move all my purple coneflowers into one location so I have a nice mass of them. They have reseeded here & there, so I have them scattered all over the place. I think they would be much prettier like yours, a big splash of color. Or maybe that is monarda, but plan is the same :)


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I have several clumps of the purple coneflowers in different beds. Seems the whites or pinks never come back . In the spring when the purple start to come up, I dig up a couple and put them in a bed that doesn't haven't any coming up yet and before you know it, you have another clump.

I'll have to look into getting some pink hyssop seeds. :-)


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Fantastic pictures. All the beds look like the have the tallest daylilies with the biggest blooms!! Beautiful. Now I want to zoom in to check them out more closely. I will look forward to your favorites post. Robyn


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Incredible! It must take you quite a while to just look at them all each day.
Brad


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LOL, live heading each evening becomes impossible during peak bloom but I give it my best so I don't have to take off dead blooms when photographing the next day but I always seem to miss a few.

Thanks for the comments. I'm already looking forward to next season and hopefully we have plenty of rain like we did this year.Seems the daylilies loved it.

Julia


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Julia, these are outstanding! I enjoyed seeing your gardens in all their glory. You have a gorgeous yard in a beautiful setting which looks just like paradise. Thanks for the visual treat.

Celeste


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Picture seven, what is the red daylily with extended orange-yellow throat towards left side. Looks like a Carpenter.

Your lilium are magnificent clumps. How about some names?


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Thank you for the comments but your gardens have inspired me to add more things over the years. That is why I love seeing garden pics. :-)

mantis: Yes, it is a Carpenter - MAUI SUNRISE which was spectacular this year.

The lilies are Tiger Lily Yellow Star, Tiger Lily Sweet Surrender,Tiger Lily Red Velvet, Eyeliner, Big Brother, Harbor Light, Cesar and some others that I can't recall the names. I bought several varieties from a place online called Faraway Flowers - Ramona Titus. I think she sells also on the auction.

Meanwhile, i"m back to cleaning up my computer and online photo files. Goodness, can't believe how many pictures I took last year.

Julia

The Tiger Lily ones really do very well here.


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Is the downward-facing pink with dark stems also a tiger?


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yes. It came in a mixed bag of Tiger Lilies so not sure what the name is of the pink one.


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well, Julia,I have been back at least a dozen times looking at your gorgeous pictures again, the season was just too short to satisfy me.I so love the daylilies.

jean


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Julia-LOVED your beautiful pictures!!!! Could you please tell me the name of the gorgeous burgundy with pink eye daylily facing the camera in the photo right above the purple coneflower photo? I would love to get that one!

Kathy


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Kathy:
If this is the one your referring to it is JOAN DERIFIELD - Curt Hanson intro.
Glad you enjoyed the pics. I so miss seeing all the blooms. Spring can't get here soon enough.:-)

Julia


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This JOAN DERIFIELD is a beauty.I'm back looking at your gardens again.They are soo pretty, till I just keep coming back to look at them all again.I just cant wait till spring to see all the daylilies blooming and the other lilies.I'm hoping all my eye surgeries will be over and I will be able to see everything better.am looking forward to seeing your beautiful gardens again with all the pretty flowers.I am certainly injoying all your pictures of them.

jean


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Jean: Reading your post it looks like your moving forward with your eye surgeries. Best wishes for a speedy recovery and do let us know how your doing. I'm sure everything will go smoothly.

Julia


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oh JULIA, I do hope you are right, that it gos smoothly and it turns out good.I will find out tomorrow when the dr. will do one eye.this dr is about 35 miles away but,I am told hes very good.Dont stop me from being scared, but, it has to be done, scared or not.Will let you know how it gos.Thanks for caring,

jean


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YEA, seen the eye doctor yesterday and they done a battery of tests on my eyes.Took the entire afternoon for all these tests.Surgery is to be January 30 on the right eye,he says its very bad, then will do the other eye febuary 6.I am sure not looking forward to this after yesterday, but,it has to be done,or I will go blind he says,and I cant sit and let that happen if it can be (fixed) I want to see the daylilies this spring.

jean


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Julia, i love seeing your beautiful pictures. Oh my, how wonderful they were! I want to visit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Not now though.... sick of seeing white


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flowergirl929: Another round of polar air coming mid week. Good thing we have snow cover again. Last time all the snow was gone when the first polar express hit here. Guess this winter is the ultimate test for the daylilies here.

Julia


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Before the first polar air, I was very blessed to be able to get a lot of pine needles from several sources and thoroughly mulch my daylilies.
Brad


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