Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Selected Patterned Tet Seedlings

This bloom was not fully open when I took 
the photo. Since it rained soon thereafter, I 
couldn't get another photograph.


Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Pink Chinese Wisteria in the Daylily Garden

Pink Chinese Wisteria 1

This tree-shaped Wisteria bloomed earlier, but I forgot to
 post the photos. We still do not have a handle on how to
prune it. The plant has a mind of its own, it seems.
Pink Chinese Wisteria 2
Pink Chinese Wisteria 3

Some Daylily Seedlings That Caught My Attention

Facemaker x Kiss of Paradise 1 (7in)

Plenty of blossoms today, more than I expected.
We're still having intermittent storms, but the
temperatures have increased, therefore more 
of the daylilies are preforming as they should.

Promises Kept x Crowning Light 6.75in

In my opinion, and to my surprise, the
above seedling is a beauty. It appears
even larger in person, and the soft colors are
a delight. And the substance is amazing.

Facemaker x Kiss Of Paradise 2 (5.5in)

I see the hints of a concentric pattern
underlying the bluish lavender eye. Maybe
I will see the pattern emerge on later blooms.

Bow Tie Affair x Kiss of Paradise 6.5in

Just a hint of a pattern in this one too. Gonna
try to cross this one with another pattern,
and try keeping the red eye and edge.

Stenciled Infusion x Kiss of Paradise 6.75in

Hints of silver glints in the above. Come on
patterns, show up already.

Whoppers? Yes, a Few Bloomed Today.

(sdlg x sdlg) x Azure Prism 1 (7.25in)
(sdlg x sdlg) x Azure Prism 2 (7in)
(sdlg x sdlg) x Azure Prism 3 (8in)

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Many Storms, Cool Temps, A Few Blooms



Call Me Carla x Jelly Maker 6.5in

Yes, two purple eye and edged daylilies produced a 
yellow daylily. This one is special not only due to the
large size, but also because it has a very white base 
with a yellow eye and edge. Rather striking in
person.

Bloom season is just beginning, and the 
flowers are few and far between, which is quite
pleasant in a sense, for I have time to
browse through the garden at my leisure.
Before long though, I will be spending loads of time
dabbing pollen, removing spent blooms, and
cataloging stats among other things.
 
Most of the seedlings due to bloom in 2018
have been planted thanks to hubby covering up the
tilled and amended bed keeping the rain
at bay. Otherwise we would have had mud, and an
inability to plant anything. We didn't fare so
well with the veggie garden. A few tomatoes,
 beans, and corn were planted before all the rain.
Other veggies will just have to wait.  
Happy Happy x Raspberry Mountain 6in

This flower looks larger to the eye. It is quite
showy, and I enjoy it immensely.

Happy Happy x Bluegrass Music 5.75in
Marina del Rey x Kiss of Paradise 5.5in

Not a great deal of complication going on in
this pattern, but I do like the silvery blue
colors in the design. I'll be watching this
one to see if the pattern spreads out once
the temps increase.

Friday, May 26, 2017

The 2017 Season Begins

Facemaker x Kiss of Paradise 
7 inches

This is indeed an early beginning for the year.

The above blossom managed to open on
a cold morning with a strong, tall scape,
and the thick substance held up well
after a downpour of rain.

Hope to have a few more blooms tomorrow,
and I can hardly wait till morning, though
even more rain is due tonight.