Jump In


Lilium longiflorum/Easter Lily blooms now in the garden.


Hemerocallis ‘Siloam Double Classic’ doubles later in the season and was a Stout Silver Medal winner in 1993.


Purple Coneflower/Echinacea purpurea


Hemerocallis ‘May Hall’  is a daylily from the fifties and  a Stout Silver Medal winner in 1969.


Hemerocallis ‘Gauguin’ has a throat the color of orange juice.


Zantedeschia albomaculata is attractive for its speckled foliage alone but has white flowers as well.

Wash all your cares away.


About mothernaturesgarden

Gardening in Tennessee Zone 6 at an average of 744.65' above sea level.
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10 Responses to Jump In

  1. mothernaturesgarden says:

    It is just that magic moment, Gail, before the bugs attack. 🙂

  2. gail says:

    Your daylily photos are outstanding…and please tell me how you have such perfect coneflowers..the bugs have already been at mine! gail

  3. mothernaturesgarden says:

    It is an oldie but goodie, Tatyana.

  4. Tatyana says:

    I understand why May Hall has a medal! What a calm, relaxing color! Your images and sounds are wonderful!

  5. mothernaturesgarden says:

    We have one that is way too small but brings us enjoyment none the less. It has a spitting frog for recirculation. It is the sound that is tranquilizing. I love the goldfish too.

  6. mothernaturesgarden says:

    Thanks, Catherine.
    It makes me want to jump in too.

  7. mothernaturesgarden says:

    The waterfall is relaxing.

    Sent from my iPhone

  8. Beautiful blooms! We love the sound of waterfalls (so we have one that’s manmade in our garden).


  9. Catherine says:

    I wish I could jump in.
    Your flowers are beautiful!

  10. Balisha says:

    I listened to your relaxation water video while I looked at all your flower pictures. Wonderful and really relaxing.

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