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HEre's to a floriferous daylily season next year!

Posted by crackingtheconcrete 7aNY (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 11, 12 at 13:01

*cheers*
I was actually intending to post a picture of yellow pinwheel for you for some summer sunshine, but my wireless is not cooperating.
I was just talking with my mom and we both think we quite literally missed the bloom of 50% of our plants this year due to heat, insane aphids, and beetles which I have never before seen that saw my plants as the newest dream buffet.
I am excited to see what will come up next year an am hoping for triple blooming power!!


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RE: HEre's to a floriferous daylily season next year!

Well, and there's the picture! Lol
Happy Sunday!


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RE: HEre's to a floriferous daylily season next year!

Beautiful bloom.Looks like BUttered Popcorn. very pretty.


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Thanks, Jean :)
I love it because it is very showy when in bloom!


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Hey, CTC, sure glad to hear from you, I am sure many of us were wondering how you were doing when Hurricane Sandy came through. Love the picture, sure brightens the day. For crazies, try this one--not a DL, but very colorful and who would figure azaleas blooming this time of year---this is not supposed to be a rebloomer. It is Red Ruffles and it looks better now than it did in the spring. Avedon

Red Ruffles #3


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So glad you checked in. This was indeed a very hot miserable gardening year. Hey, we are at the point now of anticipating next year's blooms. IAs Avedon said, we were worried about you.
kay


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Thanks so much for thinking of me! We had flickering lights but lost no power so we were very grateful!
Love that hot pink/red azalea! I was hoping to plant autumn crocus for something blooming but just haven't gotten it together yet.


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I'm so glad you are doing OK CTC! Last I heard, there were still a lot of people without power, unbelievable.
I think my daylilies had a pretty normal year, some were good & others had an off year. June was REALLY hot & definitely affected the blooms. With everything blooming early I thought I wouldn't have much late bloom. Oddly, I still had a few daylilies reblooming until Tuesday when we had a really hard freeze. Temps got down to low/mid 20s in some areas. We had some rather hard frosts before, but the daylilies made it through. I really didn't know they could handle frost like that.


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OMG YES! May everything go crazy to make up for lost time! I have so many seedlings that should have bloomed last year, which means I couldn't get rid of the yucky ones, which means I have a ton of seeds that I either have to make new beds for or go crazy in 2013 being the executioner (sp?) to a bunch of unsuspecting seedlings. Yikes!


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