The plants include daylilies
, zinnias, Datura, Achillea, forget-me-nots, peonies, Astilbe, lemon balm, Liatris, castor bean, purple coneflower, Ajuga, sedum, wingstem barberry (Berberis sp.), Spiraea, and Chrysanthemum.
To my family, daylilies
have become not just a survival food, but a treat looked forward to by everyone.
Additionally, he has designed nearly 2,000 pieces for Bath and Body Works and also develops hybrid daylilies
in his one-acre garden.
Many of the daylilies
have a history of their own; the Thameses acquired about 450 blooms from No Mistake Plantation in Satartia.
are cultivars of the genus Hemerocallis, and there are probably more than 48,500 registered and different varieties of daylilies
Some perennials, you will learn which ones in short order, when lifted with a spade will easily break apart, while others, such as daylilies
, require that two forks are inserted back to back in the clump and forced asunder.
The Chinese were cooking with daylilies
thousands of years ago.
I HAVE a large bed of daylilies
that are past their best.
A generous bed stretching beyond the pond is home to Red Hot Pokers, Queen Anne's Lace, daylilies
, chives, rose campion that the Sanderses "got from the daylily man, Sheldon Holliday," daisies, French hollyhock, and other assorted plants that thrive in the full-day sun.
The well doesn't hold a lot of water and will require periodic refilling, but it's worth it: flowers, such as daylilies
, hydrangeas, and rhododendrons, appear to float in thin air.
Mildly Vegetal: squash blossoms and some daylilies
Sweet: some daylilies
, elderberry (Sambucus canadensis), sweet violet
This show at the Lake Terrace Convention Center boasts one of the nation's largest daylily presentations, with more than 700 beautiful daylilies
of nearly every variety and species.
Q MY friend has been admiring my daylilies
and asked me to give her a piece of the plant.
Topping cakes with bright pansies, garnishing soups with chive flowers, or using flowers such as tulips or daylilies
as bowls to hold tuna salad or cottage cheese are all good ways to experiment with blooms fresh from your garden.
Temperature, sunshine and moisture dictate how healthy daylilies
, roses, dahlias and other repeat-blooming perennials will do.