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Postby Eeyore » Aug 11, 2012 11:32 pm

Returned from vacation to find most of the liles finished and the dayliles just starting.

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Purple Waters - maybe.....


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Eye On America


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Barbary Corsair
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Re: Daylilies

Postby Eeyore » Aug 11, 2012 11:37 pm

3 unknowns

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I thought maybe Pandora's Box but not sure - the centre isn't dark enough


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Right beside Barbary Corsair - what a brutal pairing! Gotta move one of them.
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Re: Daylilies

Postby Peggy2296 » Aug 13, 2012 10:00 am

What a lovely sight to welcome you home!
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Re: Daylilies

Postby Eeyore » Aug 13, 2012 10:21 am

Thanks Peggy, it was indeed a great welcome home.
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Re: Daylilies

Postby Sharon Bryson » Aug 13, 2012 12:32 pm

Hi Lyn:
Our daylily season is on the wane, but the later lilies are in mid-bloom mode, assuming the red lily beetle doesn't do too much more damage.

I finally persuaded this site to let me in! It does seem awfully sluggish, is that normal? I also seem to have my cursor getting very misplaced on the various spots meant to be clicked!
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Re: Daylilies

Postby Eeyore » Aug 13, 2012 3:32 pm

My late lilies are just starting so we are about 2-3 weeks behind you.

Yes, this site is doggin' it! Terribly sluggish to load.
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Re: Daylilies

Postby Big Smile » Aug 13, 2012 8:06 pm

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I finally persuaded this site to let me in! It does seem awfully sluggish, is that normal? I also seem to have my cursor getting very misplaced on the various spots meant to be clicked![/b][/quote]

So thats why we haven't seen you around,Sharon. Glad you came back!

Lyn , your Dayliles are lovely. Mine are pretty much done, just a couple of plants still blooming.
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Re: Daylilies

Postby Smitty » Aug 14, 2012 5:15 am

daylilies are beautiful Lyn...glad they waited for your return to bloom.

perhaps that orange unknown is Rajah???

my lilies are almost finished here. been a very strange summer.
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Re: Daylilies

Postby Sharon Bryson » Aug 14, 2012 7:40 am

I always hate to see the daylilies decline, but we still have a few in good shape.
Dublin Elaine is very late....
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...as is El Desparado
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This double Condilla looks quite nice with the Quickfire Hydrangea
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Re: Daylilies

Postby neng_perea » Aug 14, 2012 10:26 am

Lyn, those Daylily are beautiful.. lovely color too.
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