Can one have too many daylilies? I think I began with the typical roadside orange ones and then I fell in love with a two-toned and then a yellow and oh so many pretty red ones too. I even have soft peach colored one yes they are all welcome here.
Well you get the idea I went a little crazy and these are not all I have in bloom right now.
One mistake I made was to grow they all along the drive both sides actually but maybe as I divide them I should add groupings for more of a display of color. Right now I have other flowers in between them and grasses soo but I am looking for more of a punch of color. How do you use Daylilies in your spaces?
14 thoughts on “So Many Daylilies”
The first answer is ‘no,’ one can never have too may daylilies. 🙂 I have mine spread around but when they bloom I realize I have some mixed up because let’s face it they all look alike once they’re done blooming unless you mark them. One of my chores this morning is to move a few to get more punch. I’ll lose some blooms but…
Thanks if we get remnants of tropical storm I will move some unique colors closer together to make my own tapestry 🙂
I moved some yesterday, it was painful, but I’ll be happier next year. 🙂
I will use my photos and do it when it is 70 lol
They are all gorgeous Eunice! You have reminded there are so many colours, not just orange and yellow. Maybe I need a few too! 😉
Wonder if I can send you some not sure on restictions.
I doubt it, wonderful as that would be! I tried sending seeds to my Mum in the UK once and they never arrived… So sweet of you to offer though Eunice. You have a heart of gold! 🤗
There are probably rules 😦 for the best of our countries hell China sent so many in USA seeds and the packages said BEADS lol just can’t be safe enough these days
You have variety of daylilies and they are gorgeous!
Thank you they must love winters under the snowbanks 🙂
I love daylilies (as you might guess from my blogger name) and yours are lovely. I mark the daylilies I plan to move by pinning a clothespin to one of its scapes.
That is a good idea I just read a blog all about them and now I want to cover my hillside 🙂
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