Saturday, June 7, 2008

Heavenly Daylilies

Registered in 1967, described as lavender, Catherine Woodbery is a pretty pink daylily in my garden.

These caladiums make a much better show with companions than they did in a row in front of shrubbery. The little alternanthera to the left will spread to about 12" before summer's end. In shade, it has streaks of pink and cream.

The white lilies are starting to drop petals as gladioli come into bloom. Salvia leucantha (Mexican Bush Sage) will grow up to hide the lanky ankles of the bulbs as the tops ripen.

A different view, different day and blossom.

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