Another Daylily Bed

Before the rain began this morning (first rain in a month) we widened the narrow bed between the SE corner bed with the power pole and the southmost new camellia. Dug up the large clump of daylilies in the driveway bed and pull out two fans. Dug up a clump that was out of place […]

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Planted New Daylilies

We completed tilling the bed along the wood fence. Mary planted the four new daylily varieties (21 total plants) she ordered from American Meadows. They are cited below. ‘Crimson Pirate’ Daylily blooms in clear red with golden yellow accents and a sunny yellow throat. Narrow, elongated petals give this easy-care plant a refined look, especially […]

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Divided Daylilies

The bed along the wood fence between the Crepes was cleaned out –other than the ends–of the wildflowers that were mostly clover last week. Used the Troy-Bilt cultivator till the soil that was hard other than next to the crepes and plumbago where it is moist from our watering the plants. Pried off fans from […]

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A Marathon Yard Day

10/24/2018 – As we had a light all-day drizzly rain yesterday–that should have made the dry soil workable–and tomorrow is 100% chance of rain we decided we had to get the last of the yard work done, including mulching and spreading the wildflower seeds, before the rain tomorrow. Widened bed between the walkway to the […]

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New Daylilies Planted

9/24/2018 – Planted one clump of Savannah Debutant and one of Siloam June Bug both from Oakes Daylilies. The SJB was the bonus plant. Both were planted between Crepes 6 & 7 (counting from the east) with the Savannah Debutant on the west side of the Bridal Wreath and the SBJ on the east side. […]

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June 2018

Tuesday – Arrived after driving through the steady rain from Gulfport. It had slowed to a drizzle when we arrived and so got the TT hooked up and everything works. The rain made it much cooler so that was great. Wednesday Jeff the trim guy and helper arrived at 7:30 AM. Mary and I talked […]

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