Daylily

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Hemerocallis ‘Pardon Me’ given to me by Frances of Fairegarden is the same as the mislabled daylily I have been trying to ID in a previous post.  The color difference is due to photos being made with different cameras with one in the sun and one in the shade. What do you think? 

Update: Finally my plant and the gift plant bloomed at the same time and they are exactly the same. Thanks, Frances.


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Hemerocallis ‘Barbara Mitchell /Stout Silver Medal winner 1992

 

Mother Nature’s Garden Daylilies

While in Auburn, Alabama for a wedding this weekend we visited 

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the Jule Collins Smith Art Museum

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which also had a nice garden

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where hydrangeas were blooming.

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There were also huge rosemary shrubs,

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crepe myrtles flanking the  entrance,

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and a nice paved walking trail around the lake.

Our visit to the Birmingham Botanical Garden on the way home will follow later.



 

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Gardening in Tennessee Zone 6 at an average of 744.65' above sea level.
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16 Responses to Daylily

  1. mothernaturesgarden says:

    It was fun walking around the lake, Linda. If I had a beautiful place such as this, I might be more inclined to walk more. I have a beautiful area but it is not free of questionable doggies.
    Donna

  2. linda says:

    Beautiful daylilies Donna! What a beautiful setting for the museum – I love the water.

  3. mothernaturesgarden says:

    Thanks, Gail. It is daylily time here, mostly.

  4. gail says:

    Love the daylilies and the music was perfect! Donna~~Your garden must be lovely right now! gail

  5. mothernaturesgarden says:

    A collection of blooms for one day. There will be more, Jan.
    Donna

  6. mothernaturesgarden says:

    Didn’t you already do that, FT?

  7. Father Time says:

    Love the red daylily. {:>) Nice photos as well. The benches with rosemary nearby would make a great place to take a nap. Relax with a fragrance.

  8. I really enjoyed your fabulous show, MN! You have an amazing collection of lilies…absolutely lovely!

  9. mothernaturesgarden says:

    Thanks, Tina.

  10. mothernaturesgarden says:

    I love architecture as well, Abe. I’m amazed how it can make you feel.
    Donna

  11. mothernaturesgarden says:

    Betsy,

    Family, art, and flowers! Botti a few days ago. What could be better? Life is good.

    Donna

  12. Betsy says:

    Donna, Your collection of daylilies is fabulous… We have several also but most have not bloomed yet. Our lilies are putting on a show right now though. And the roses are still fab.

    Your trip to ‘Bama and the art museum must have been wonderful also. Great photos.

    Hope you are having a great day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

  13. Boy, everything about this place is pleasant and the flowers are very nice too.

  14. mothernaturesgarden says:

    I made a daylily walk with my collection of daylilies and it seems too close. The walk can’t be mowed without knocking off buds. Sigh!
    Donna

  15. catmint says:

    Wow, you are certainly into day lilies. I think of them as very ‘out there’, with their tongues hanging out, ready to brush their pollen onto any passing human or insect. I do love their crinkly petals and lovely colours. And thank you, MN, for the tour around the art museum garden. I loved this garden. It’s very sleek, simple and modern, and goes with the building. Looking forward to ‘visiting’ Birmingham Botanical Garden soon. Cheers, catmint

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