Anasazi is turning out to be a delightful addition to my late bloomers. She is producing a lot of double blooms. I only have a couple other doubles, and neither bloomed this year. She was my only flower today . . . otherwise, nothing.
Today, I did the musical pots task. It was hot, too – 91. But, it is finished. No more big digging projects this year. I up-potted Mesa Verde and Canyon Colors – the size of their root balls was amazing. I feel sort of sad for the daylilies in the Southwest garden – those pots will be easy to outgrow. Still, more space than now. Who knows what ideas I will have for the future?
I also got the drip system rigged up for the border garden pots. That will go on with the soak hose. I hope there is enough sun out there. Oh, who knows what a couple years will bring? All I know is that another season is winding down . . . yet, so many of the daylilies look so happy to have a chance to grow in good soil with better water retention. The Colorado Plateau has sunshine going for it, though. As long as there aren’t trees in the way, that is.