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Daylilies

Postby Donna » Wed Jun 18, 2008 2:36 pm

While in San Diego over the weekend to watch the trial at Danny's club, I couldn't help but notice all the beautiful daylilies in full bloom. I have a few daylilies in my garden, so I thought it wouldn't hurt to add a few more. While searching for a variety that I thought could handle Arizona heat, lo and behold, I came across a daylily named "Patsy Carpenter." So, Pat, along with shopping for Malinois decals, I think you should add this one to your garden. It's very pretty, chrome yellow with a curled edge.

http://www.ctdaylily.com/pricelist05_P.html

Anne, sorry, I couldn't find one with your name, but I did come across a "Happy Camper" hosta!
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Postby beauty&the beast » Sat Jun 21, 2008 9:42 am

wow - that popcorn pete is beautiful. i have got to get some!!!!

cool link- thanks

we have a pond an much wetlands on our property. the mali/training knocks down the lillies and irises alot, but the are hardy enough to survive in our humid zone- 10 I think.

anyway thanks
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Postby Guest » Sat Jun 21, 2008 10:41 am

DAYLILIES ON A MAL LIST...WHAT IS THE WORLD COMING TOO? My favourite is The Phantom of the Opera, it's simply devine!
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Postby Christopher Smith » Sat Jul 12, 2008 10:14 am

Donna, I’m not sure if you are aware of gardenweb.com but I have traded and been given some pretty cool plants from this site. Somewhere on here they even have a daylily exchange. Here is the daylily page http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/daylily/

I was on a train going from Boston to NYC this week and the wild daylilies were putting on a fantastic show!
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Postby Donna » Mon Jul 14, 2008 2:38 pm

Fabulous website, Christopher, thank you! So much info, roses, wildflowers, the photo galleries are inspiring, and the seed exchange is definitely intriguing! My summer doldrums are fading. :D
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Postby annecamper » Mon Jul 14, 2008 4:46 pm

Donna,

Instead of hostas (of which I do have a few) named Happy Camper (of which I do not have one) there is a new winery with the brand name Happy Camper (http://www.happycamperwines.com/). Much more up my alley. Got a bottle from my post-doc as a gag, but it was pretty good so I got a replacement at my local wine shop.

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Postby Donna » Mon Jul 14, 2008 7:25 pm

Don't you love a more holistic approach to medicine? :lol:

The packaging is very clever too.
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