There are so many daylily cultivars these days - something like 60,000 registered flowers, but back in 1925, this beauty was one that everyone wanted. And now, H. 'Hyperion' still shines in July - a lovely clear yellow with a green throat and a very nice scent. No matter what else comes along, it will always have a place in my garden. ... Read More about Hyperion
This time of year, the garden is putting out it's own version of fire works - like this 'Jacob Cline' Monarda. If you are in the U.S. - Happy Birthday to our country, and if you are in some other part of the world - Happy Day! Oooooh! Aaaaah! ... Read More about Happy 4th America!
I am one of those strange people who actually likes winter. Up to a point anyway. I am disappointed if we don't have a white Christmas, and I enjoy knowing that my gardens are all snug under a nice bed of snow in January and February. Here in Upstate NY though, it's not unusual for winter to outstay it's welcome by as much as a month. That I am not so fond of. But this winter garden walk took place while I am still content with a bit of snow. I love how everything looks when it is ... Read More about A Winter Garden Walk