Letters from a Hill Farm
Love these lilies! Wow, I didn't know they came in so many different colors! Simply gorgeous!
I love the center of this lily!
Well, I am far, far away..Back here on the Central Coast of California and when I saw your blog...and the quote from my beloved Gladys Taber (nobody here knows whos she is) I just about melted.You have a new fan. I just love your blog. Although I am in California, I am doing my level best to pretend I am in New England.Best,Kary
my lillies quit blooming, I think maybe it got too hot for them - yours are magnificant, Nan!
I love your Lily photos ...one of my favourite flowers ...but I have to be careful about growing them as I have so many cats, to whom they are poisonous.I found you through 'Mornings Minion' and now I have found all your yummy recipes ...I'll be back.
The lilies are all so colorful--are they in a separate bed or mixed into a perennial border?
Gorgeous!!! I need to get more color into my yard and your pictures inspire me!!!
Gigi, I do too, and there are so very many more colors than I have. Sherri, me too. It is almost a maroon. This is one of my favorites.Kary, thank you so much for coming by and leaving your nice words. I'll come visit you. It's funny, I used to have a GT quote on my blog and then I took it off for a while. I had just put it back when you found me. :<)Blessed with four, this is their shining time of the year. The orange ones have gone by but I still have a lot. Angie, thanks for visiting. My cats are inside so I don't have to worry. :<)Morning's Minion, some are mixed, some are just daylilies, but they are the stars of the garden that's for sure!Staci, nothing could be easier to grow. I am not the kind of gardener who spends much time working in the garden. I mostly just like to enjoy it so daylilies are perfect for me. No fussing, no work, just pure beauty and joy.
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