Letters from a Hill Farm
It is so true, a year can change the scene of a garden (and there are of course different reasons for it) and therefore I'm looking forward to the coming garden year. Why? I have bought a lot of new daylilies too and I do not know yet how they look like as they are still very little plants.Greetings from Switzerland!Barbara
They will be beautiful, I'm sure! Thanks for coming by, Barbara.
Wow, what a difference! The day lilies look so lovely! I've always had a fondness for them - my grandfather's house had them on the side and they would bloom in bright orange all summer long. We used to play swords with the spent, dried stems.
I sure love the paved walk/patio! And the lilies are lovely. :)
The lilies are beautiful! Your yard is just lovely... I love seeing your flowers.Hugs...Beverly
Grace, the joy of those orange lilies is that they will grow under even adverse conditions. I just love them, both for their color and for that fact. A great, great flower.Thanks so very much, Les. I might have a couple photos of the before and after coming up on the blog. :<)Thank you, Beverly.
Hi Nan - I was visiting Barbara in Switzerland and saw your comment. I love your blog! The gardens you show on this post are charming - it is surprising how much they can change in a year.
How pretty this is and what fun to see the before and after photos! Your new area is really beautiful and I see a garden bench in the one photo. It looks a wonderful place to sit and muse. Did you see I gave you an award on my blog?
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