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About three weeks ago, I sprayed the 2008 seedling field with Round Up to kill any seedlings that were left. Well, you know Round Up, when you want it to kill something, it does not do a very good job. A few days ago, I decided to till in anything that was left with my 18 hp Kubota tractor and Woods tiller. Let me tell you, that woods tiller will make anything ready to replant in just a couple passes. Here is the tractor and tiller.
There has been some discussion on the email robin lately about yellow daylilies. Yellows are my ultimate favorites. Here is Seedling No. 0651 (Macho Macho Man X Wonder Of It All), A 6" + citrus yellow, lightly ruffled, lightly sculpted, green throat, and great wide blunt sepals. A real stopper in the garden. Here is No. 0651.
Now is the time to start planning to attend the Daylily Hybridizer's Summit in Chattanooga (formerly the Myrtle Beach meeting) on December 3-5, 2010. For more information, contact me at LeePickles@epbfi.com
Exciting things happen to those who hybridize daylilies!
Life is very, very good. Remember, when the bloom is gone, you still have your daylily friends!