Daylily Proliferations

Over the past couple of weeks, we have put into a glass of water on the window sill daylily proliferations–aka clones–of the two daylilies on which they appeared. The Tinkerbell’s have had many and the Pardon Me’s have had a couple. Several cuttings have been in the water for over a week and are beginning […]

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2nd Bulk Tank Daylily Feeding

For 25 gallons The 3/4″ plastic supply hose in the first set up was replaced with a 1/2″ ID, 15′ long hose to dispense the solution slower for better control and to reach further back into the beds. That was a good change as it worked out as planned. The last time with the 3/4″ […]

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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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