15 July 2007


The landscape architects divided and thinned out their dalylilies one year, and the cast-offs were planted in my garden. I will try to find the exact variety later, but these grow on sturdy stems shorter than the standard orange varieties found around the grounds when the house was purchased. Flowers are a peach-yellow color with some slight green in their throat. These bloom mid-season, a bit later than the orange type, and they do not spread much at all.