Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Daylily Garden Walk About Page 2

Hosta Plantaginea 
An old variety, and I am so pleased to have
acquired this one a few years ago. The
blossoms are 6 inches long, and the fragrance
just makes me happy. I'm dividing this plant
each year to make a entire row of them. 
Part of Hosta Bed
The center Hosta is Blue Angel, the hostas
on each side are Fragrant Bouquet, and the one
behind the blue is Sum and Substance. These
are outgrowing their space, so I'm adding
another project to the list for a larger
Hosta and Heuchera bed.   
Mango Popsicle Kniphofia 
Showing buds and just beginning to bloom
Huge plant and many more buds 
ascending

We have also added Orange Vanilla Popsicle and
Papaya Popsicle Kniphofia to the daylily garden.
A lime green Kniphofia, which bloomed later,
came as a surprise growing within one of the 
plants.  
These are such carefree plants. Love that
characteristic.  
Knock Out Rose
Not exactly the tea rose, but it's color. We lost our
tea roses after growing them for many years, and
have only one tea rose left along with a 
climbing rose.

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