Sunday, July 12, 2009

Lily of the day/July 12




Years ago I ordered a 'pink collection' from White Flower Farm, and this beauty was one of them.

9 comments:

  1. Very Pretty ... I'll have to go check out their site ..

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  2. My daughter Beth sent me your blog address. I raise daylilies in Sumner, Maine and mine are not blooming yet. As soon as they start I will be putting photos on my blog as well. I have 60 seedlings I grew from seeds. They bloomed last year for the first time. I enjoy hybridizing and will be talking about them on my blog. There are pictures of my gardens there as well.
    http://www.auntiemaine.blogspot.com/

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  3. JC, you'll love it, but have the cred.card ready :<)

    Thanks so much for stopping by Auntie Maine (this must be the cleverest blog title around!). Only my orange ones are really in bloom now. Everywhere I look is orange, orange. So beautiful. My others are just beginning to open. I'll be over to read your blog - I dearly love daylilies.

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  4. Nan
    I read your previous post about all the reading you've been doing from your own library without purchasing or library visiting.
    I have to admit being a tad jealous of that.
    I've been in a reading slump, partly attributed to our move here last year and having to go through each box of books. I gave so many away, as space didn't allow to keep them in this home.
    But now I don't want to buy books, but my local library doesn't seem to carry the books I like to read.
    So I need to source out a way to get books and buy the ones I want, but then I'm back to reading them too fast and no space to store! But bravo to you that you disciplined yourself to shop /read at home!

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  5. Mim, what about the inter library loan program? Does your library offer it? I've gotten many, many books over the years through it. And it is free. It seems like a miracle to me, but other than from another country, there hasn't been any charge. I think there is a paperback swap program - wait, I'll go look...

    http://www.paperbackswap.com/index.php

    I've never used it so I can't vouch for it.

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  6. Thanks, Sherri, I do love daylilies!

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  7. We have several local daylily farms (and I like shopping locally) offering hundreds of daylilies. I just acquired 2 pinks and am planning a whole new daylily area. Daylilies are such wonderful plants, beautiful and hardy.

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  8. Commonweeder, they are such great plants. And I love them because they thrive on this cold, windy hill.

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