Daylilies, summer 2019

Daylilies 2019. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019

I love daylilies and have three kinds of them in the garden. They originally came from a flowerbed in the housing community that were re-made and we had the free take of whatever grew there before the remake. So I got these three kinds of daylilies. They are well established where they grow now in my garden. When it rains they get a “waterfall” from the roof right down on them. Which they actually love. Apart from water I feed them nothing else. Sometimes in the spring might add some fresh soil on them. In the winter they totally disappear and start new again when spring arrives.  Each flower blooms only one day. But, as there are several buds on one stem, they have a long blooming-time. When wilted, I cut off the wilted flowers. When the leaves get yellow, I take off those too.

Here some pictures of this years daylilies which started blooming jus a little over a week ago.

Daylilies 2019-04-22. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylilies 2019-06-27. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Dayliles 2019-07-07. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylilies 2019-07-17. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylily 2019-07-21. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylily 2019-07-21. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylily. The dark-red one. 2019-07-24. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylily. The red-yellow one. 2019-07-24. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylily, the peach colored one. 2019-07-24. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylilies. The peach-colored ones. 2019-07-26. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylilies. The dark red ones. 2019-07-26. Phopto: ©nini.tjader.2019
Daylilies. All of them. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2019

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