Friday, July 15, 2022

Back to the Garden - It's Daylily Season!

The garden is flourishing like never before.  And the Daylilies are the highlight right now.  But there are a lot of other interesting flowers in bloom, and veggies getting slowly ready for harvest.  Here's a quick look.

The other day Mrs. F.G. took my camera and went out to capture the garden in the morning sunlight.  I think this shot is particularly beautiful.

When I go out into the backyard the first flower that hits me in the eyes is this emerging Sunflower, still only half size and a little wonky, but unfolding fast.

Once I've descended to the patio and I'm sitting in the sun, it's the Lavender I notice, just at its best.

But it's the Daylilies that dominate at this time of year, and we currently have a range of them in bloom, from yellow through orange and red to deep purple.  Enjoy.














11 comments:

  1. Your garden is really beautiful, hats off to Mrs. FG. Looks like that sunflower is going to be huge,

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  2. Mrs FG must feed those plants really well as everything looks so lush and beautiful. Fabulous.

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  3. Loved that first photo, and then all the beautiful day lilies! Ours are past their prime now, leaving stalks sticking out still.

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  4. Wow, superb at every angle. The day lily with the hosta, beautiful contrast.Mrs F.G. stunning display all over. A morning delight as you take a coffee out there in the sunshine.

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  5. Your garden looks spectacular!!!!!

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  6. So much to admire in your garden!!

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  7. The flowers are enough to cheer anybody up.

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  8. The daylilies are spectacular! Showy and colourful!

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  9. Yes, it's definitely the Daylily time of the season which reminds me that summer is marching on.

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  10. Wonderful flowers, wonderful post filled with them. Thanks!

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  11. The daylilies are gorgeous! The first photo is lovely with the various of levels of planters containing so many varieties of plants.

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