Daylilies are blooming: clockwise from upper left, Inner View, Salmon Sheen, what we call 'Granny's Old Red,' the daylily that Granny called 'Lemon Lily' and a red seedling that may have Superlative or Kent's Favorite II as its parent, and Brocaded Gown.
Duskywing on Lantana
Hydrangeas are coming into bloom. First to open were Oakleaf Hydrangeas.
Big Blue Mopheads are just starting.
The fragrance is the best part. You can smell them when you can't see them.
Red Cascade is showy with hundreds of tiny roses.
Both Coreopsis and the red roses above back up to a field of corn again this year.
Gerbera Daisy seedling. I planted seeds from a white
daisy which yielded pink, pale orange and white.
Maybe by tomorrow we'll see the first open bloom on Brugmansia.
They bifurcated this week and buds grew really fast.
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