Digital Gardening

Other than constant watering, who's playing in the garden in this summer heat? NOT ME! If you need a "flower fix", this is a good place to find it!

Use our blog to brag on your blooms (or at least the ones you had in cooler weather) by posting photos and comments. Ask questions of your fellow club members and share tips. You don't have to limit it to Daylilies...most of us garden addicts grow lots of other things as well. Between us all we have literally hundreds of years of experience (well, it's true). Let's take advantage of that and share our passion here. Most importantly, have fun!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

My Journal

Eddie Ray,
I ordered my Journal last week when I joined. I also ordered Illustrated Guide To Daylilies. just a few days the Illustrated Guide To Daylilies came in but not my Daylily Journal. Does it take a while to get that? or do I need to get a hold of someone about it. I would love to have it. Please let me know.



Saturday, July 19, 2008

She's everywhere!

Here's Lois Hall in my garden back in May! :-)

Purple Circle Clump

This clump of Purple Circle was blooming in our garden on May 15th. It was registered by Inez Tarrant in 1979. The flower is 4" and blooms on a 21" scape. It started blooming on April 30th and had rebloom on June 4th.

Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow

Photo of "Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow" blooming in Ray Houston's garden. This plant has white, lavender, and purple blooms all at the same time. It blooms in the spring and again in the fall.

Lois Hall

This photo of Lois Hall was taken in the Crainer garden during the June garden tours.

Hawk in Ray's Garden

This photo was taken of a Hawk chick in Ray Houston's garden.

Friday, July 18, 2008

The Ellers at Lone Star Meeting

I forgot to mention that Don & Nancy Eller, hybridizers I believe from MS, will be at the Lone Star Daylily Society meeting this coming Sunday. The meeting starts at 2:00pm and is at the Senior Center, Alvin, Texas. The club has bought plants from the Ellers and they will have an auction afterwards. The Ellers hybridize the plants that have "Duck" somewhere in the name.