The drought and extreme temperatures usually in the 90's and 100's has really taken it's toll on my gardens. I thought I would show some of my Hemerocallis or commonly known as Daylilies which thankfully are dependable no matter what, although foliage has sure been burning up. I've lost a lot of plants this year and a lot of other plants have been dug up, potted and put in shade in hopes of saving some things. I have a lot of spaces empty because of this.
Wineberry Candy is a beautiful combination of contrasting colors.
Daylily Austintatious. This is a constant rebloomer. Blooms were done for and within a couple weeks it was already reblooming.
Santa's Little Helper. Very bright colors and did quite a bit of blooming this year.
Nancy Ligon is a lovely delicate blend of color that always looks good.
Plum Perfect is one that sends up lots of blooms and continues to do so for about a month.
An heirloom Daylily Kwanzo. The colors are outstanding and one of my favorites.
Daylily Bordello Queen closeup of this pretty little bloom.
Woodside Rhapsody a very pretty dark color that holds the color without fading.
Allegheny Sunset is such a beautiful large bloom and another one that always looks good.
Might as well throw in a picture of the Lily trees growing here. Not as tall as usual with the lack of water this Spring, but still lovely.