Inner View HemerocallisInner View is a daylily that I had a hard time finding companions.
Inner View 2014 in a different light.
Inner View 2015, bright sunlight.
Yesterday I had inspiration. What about those five pots of purple heart cuttings in the greenhouse crying out for a home? Planted.
Oh, Phooey, It's Dr. Huey
Charisma Roses all died in 2013. Last summer a little rose sprout appeared where one had been. I left it, suspecting that it would not be Charisma returning. Sure enough, it is a root stock. I think they're kind of pretty and they smell like REAL roses. (I read that Dr. Huey doesn't have fragrance. I don't believe everything I read.)
Dr. Huey, introduced 1919.
Dr. Huey is not the root-stock of choice for our sandy soil. According to University of Florida, Fortuniana is more resistant to soil nematodes and dieback.