July 15-19, 2002
'Aztec Gold', a different type of Daylily. Trumpet shaped brilliant gold. The black creature behind it is my regular pal, Cruiser.
I bought 6 unknown Asiatic lily bulbs to put in 16" pots on
my deck. The mice eat them everywhere else. These 6 have multiplied
fantastically over the years. I am afraid to divide and repot them. There
are over 100 blooms every year.
One of, if not *the*, favorite daylily, 'Real Wind'. In years past, I have pictures of many blooms on this plant.
A very tall plant with a slender stem, Queen of
the Prairie. Needs staking, but the stem is quite stiff.
The garden in early evening often glows with that late golden
The color looks different in the sunset!