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Lovely lillies


As my flower garden blooms into it's second summer, I am discovering the joy of day lillies.  Last year, my friend, Alice, brought me lily bulbs to plant.  Not knowing what they all were, I scattered them here and there. 

This one has little ruffled petals.
It's June ~ lily month here ~ and they are blooming!

Red ~ what can be better?
I have no idea what their names are but it's been so delightful to discover a new variety every few days.

I just love this one!
Most days, I'm out in my pajamas, coffee in hand, checking to see if another one has bloomed.


Each day holds it's own lovely lily surprise.

I wonder what this one will look like.
My garden is just beginning. If you want to see a beautiful cottage garden stroll over to Alice's.  It's amazing!

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  1. Isn't it the best to stroll through your gardens in your pj's with coffee in the morning!

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  2. Very pretty they are..someone told me that they will bloom again if you deadhead them. Come say hi sometime, :D

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  3. I LOVE day lillies! They have a special meaning for me because my mom bought me a package of bulbs before she died. I left them unplanted in my porch for a few years. The bulbs looked horrible, but I planted them because I couldn't bring myself to throw them out. The next year I had a lovely gift when they all bloomed and I felt like my mom was watching!

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  4. Looks like it was a good thing to have planted them separately. Sometimes if they are mixed together one variety will choke out a weaker one.

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  5. I love day lilies! Your flower garden is beautiful!

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  6. Oh, I'm with you! PJ's, my wooly robe, and coffee as I tour the garden. The daylilies are wonderful. Everything looks great, thanks for the tour.

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  7. Lovely! I think i have lilies coming up. But since I didn't plant them and we moved here in January-everything is a mystery and a wonderful surprise.

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  8. My fave is the top one with it's unusual combination of green and pink petals! (They are all amazing though).

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  9. Kim thanks for y our comments about steak. I'm making a change to my blog and if you would like to continue to follow along please visit www.crystalcattle.blogspot.com - my new url. Thanks, and I am very jealous of your green thumb!

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