Once they start to open, new surprises appear daily. I hope to remember which of these go where, in the fall when I'm relocating by color.
The daylily at lower left is 'Silver Veil' a Munson hybrid. I've forgotten the names of the true lilies.
Echinacea and Stokesia are two great natives. Stokesia compliments blue Hydrangeas, soon to be joined by a daylily named Inner View that had trouble fitting in with other oranges, yellows or pinks. Stokesia and Echinacea will be joined by an old fav daylily, Catherine Woodbery.
All flowers and text are from the garden of Nell Jean at www.seedscatterer.blogspot.com in the hot, humid depths of Southwest Georgia where Magnolia fragrance floats on the breeze and Whippoorwills call from the woods at night. Join us in a glass of iced Ruby Tea, dark and barely sweet.