Daylily Who’s Who????

Another amazing day with over 60 cultivators in bloom.  I blogged the other day about knowing my flowers by name tags, mapping, and photographic surroundings.  Well, I blew it on one of my Roberts spiders.  It all feels so rushed with being at work most of the day – I have been home with my daylilies for the last 4 summers.  That is when my collection grew.  Now, I rush around in the morning to get pictures and that is really the only time I see these beauties.  Hopefully, in a couple years, I can reduce my summer hours.

Until then, my flub was stellar.  That is, both daylilies referred to the sky.  Seriously, looking at them, they totally look like their names.  I don’t know how I got them mixed up other than taking 80-100 photos off my camera, editing and organizing in the evening . . . and travel, and two special needs dogs, and work.  Well, stellar flubs happen.  Here they are both in bloom the same day (today), which helped.

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Star over Milagro 7/24

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Truchas Sunrise 7/24

So, now that I have confessed, here are today’s Premiers:

Mama Cuna is another Roberts daylily – it is good to see her, again! She resembles Star over Milagro – I need to look up and see if they share genes in common.

Indian Sky is probably not the real Indian Sky, although it was sold as such.  It was one of my early online purchases – it fit my Southwest theme. I think it is still really pretty.

Rosie’s Red was another bonus daylily – and one I really like.  The deep red color is beautiful and I like the shape.

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Mama Cuna 7/24

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Indian Sky 7/24

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Rosie’s Red

 

 

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