Monday, July 25, 2011

Daylilies and Weeds!

Trying to stay on top of the weeds in the daylily field. Eel grass mulch has offered an excellent option, aside from the extra mosquitoes it brings.
The daylilies are just now coming into bloom. Lots of anticipation awaiting the new daylily seedlings.
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5 comments:

K said...

Lovely daylilies. I've noticed that there are plenty of yellow-red-apricot.. colored daylilies, but no violet. It's pleasure to see some in your blog! Hoping to get violet ones in North Europe some day. Is that difficult to hybridize them? (My daylilies didn't even produce seeds this year.. last year it was like 2 seeds : 100 flowers )
K

chey said...

Hi K, Yes I have some violet colored, but not as many. I guess I lean towards the others. I'll post some pictures of violets soon. Thanks for your comment:).

outdrgal said...

Wondering what variety the violet lily is? It's a beauty!

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chey said...

The violet bloom is a Japanese Iris from Red Lane Gardens in PEI. It is a beauty!