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There is a sign out in front of our house that states, "Daylilies For Sale." People all the time stop to see the daylilies but end up taking the most time viewing Jean's perennial beds. They have been absolutely glorious this year. Jean spends a lot of time grooming them so they show to their fullest possible brilliance. The annuals she uses in the front border are marigolds 'Janie' which she starts in the greenhouse every March. Yes, I do allow her some space!!!! These first three pictures are along the side of our property (you can see the neighbor's house in one and it is not as close as it appears in the picture). The first one is the left side and the second one is the right side which takes a 45° turn toward the driveway, the third is a continuation. There is a split rail fence behind the gardens. Hope you enjoy her artistry.
If you enlarge the third picture by left clicking on the image, you will see the color of the phlox (bright fuchsia). When Jeff Salter visited, he saw that color and said, "Why can't we get a color like that in daylilies?"Good question!
This is what we refer to as the raised bed. Mountain rock were used to build a wall to raise the bed.
Please enjoy the fruits of her labor. If you enjoy them, leave her a comment at the bottom of this page.
Exciting things happen to those who hybridize daylilies!
Life is very, very good.