Teagate daylilies

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Teagate daylilies

Postby Tigger » Jul 15, 2015 4:47 pm

I don't usually post here, as daylilies take a back seat in our garden. But when they're blooming (and we've succeeded in keeping the deer away from them), they certainly do shine.

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Strawberry Candy is perhaps the showiest, in terms of covering itself with bloom (and for a long period).
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Siloam Rainbow Magic is just pretty, even if the color isn't anything eye-catching. Sometimes you need a calm color for balance.
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Mauna Loa may be the only truly orange flower in our garden (by design), but we like the subtle purple overlay on the "hot lava" blooms.
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Stoplight is our only spider.
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Re: Teagate daylilies

Postby Tigger » Jul 17, 2015 9:14 pm

I hadn't gotten pics of these two that day. With the gazillion daylily cultivars out there, why not buy (decent) ones with names you like?

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This last one is great, not for the name, but for its superior fragrance.
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