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Re: Pictures

Great daylilies, Chris. I've always been very fond of them, and have tried them a few times here. But they seem ill-equipped to compete in this environment and so become a high-maintenance plant. Maybe I should try them one more time--but this time in pots. Anyone growing them in pots? Or will I be the lead investigator on a research project?

On Thursday, August 26, 2004, at 11:26 PM, Donna wrote:

Whoo-- that was some affair there! Thanks for sharing! Seems you had a
good turn out for this event.

Boy- are you daylilies nice!.... many are not common around here, that
is for sure!


I had to post some daylily pictures on my Yahoo site and I thought
might enjoy seeing some of the cultivars that I'm growing.  Since our
sale, my count has topped 360 varieties!

There are also photos from my garden club's flower show that some may
(especially Auralie). Someday I'll get the daylily show on the web!
visited some great public gardens this summer. I should post pictures
them sometime.  Clark Gardens in Albertson, NY is wonderful (are you
listening Eva?).

Auralie, are you involved with the Second District Flower show in
I may enter the hort division if I can find the time!



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