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Sunday, July 18, 2010

MACRO MONDAY - THE LAST OF THE DAY LILY..

    
     GO TO http://wwwjarvishouse.blogspot.com/  (HUNTINGTON, LONG ISLAND) to find out about a sale of plants in different colours at Farmingdale College...      


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    If you are a Day Lily fancier and would like to add variety to your garden, take a look at Lori's splendid series of day lilies photographed at Jarvis House in so many different colours.  


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18 comments:

  1. Beautiful and so sunny :)

    http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/07/19/Macro-Monday.aspx

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  2. I do love day lilies, and even more since I found two as memorial plants for two of my beloved dogs. I have a Crimson Pirate (for my little Jack Sparrow) which is a gorgeous dark burgundy streaked with yellow - elegant narrow petals, like your golden beauty. And I have a Renie's Delight (for my lovely Renie). It's much more ornate, with huge ruffled petals, in a salmony pink, with lilac streaks. Well. She was my Princess!

    Yours is such a sunny, golden yellow! It's amazing what variety these plants grown in, isn't it?

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  3. Day lilies are neat flowers. My wife had quite a few in several different colors a couple years back. Now that flower bed is hidden behind a tree.

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  4. My first thoughts follow Jay's in that I was thinking it surely is a sunshiny yellow.
    Beautiful!
    I have a granddaughter named Lily so they are one of my favorite flowers.
    (Carletta's Captures)

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  5. Even as they fade they are stunning....what brilliant color!

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  6. Beautiful, vivid colors and light!

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  7. What interesting light in this picture. Very pretty.

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  8. What a lot of day lily fanciers! I'm not even sure if we have them! Your horticultural knowledge is almost on a par with your photographic expertise, which improves apace!

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  9. Umm I could almost smell them! When sun meet flowers it creates a very soothing effect in the eyes.

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  10. So much lovely bright sunshine - opposite to here right now, thank you for the start to the day!

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  11. It's like a piece of sunshine on earth!!

    Here's an invitation to visit CRYSTAL for Macro Monday. Hope to see you stop by sometime.

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  12. Such a vibrant color and flower. Love day lilies!

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  13. Oh yes! I do love daylilies!

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  14. Day lilies are such cheery and reliable flowers, putting up their stems every year and making a wonderful bright show.

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  15. I just love daylilies. Nice shot!

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