Here are some shots of my Daylily patch. I apologize for the raw nature of this post, I really intended to post just a couple pics. They aren’t cropped or otherwise edited. My excuse is that since I installed my operation to my new/old computer…a really nice refurbished Dell, but its taking awhile to get moved into the new mainframe. Nothing seems to work as I intend. Guess I’ll have to do some studying. 🙂
These are my original plants from long long ago. They have been moved twice since they were new from the grower. The Lilies themselves are gorgeous…very prolific. There are more colors that are yet to bloom, and I haven’t been over to the side yard where the septic system is located. There were some nice white ones last year. The weeds are also doing well this year.
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Gorgeous lilies. I love all the color 😀
Thanks, Cee. I’ve had trouble ever since I started breaking in my new Dell. It’s a refurbish, very nice, but I had to program it from the start. Then, too, I often have trouble posting to my blog . 🙂 I need to have time to fix it. 🙂
Glorious colours, but I’m sorry you’re having problems with the new computer. I always get excited at the thought of new tech and then get brought down to earth with the hassle of setting it all up as I like it!
This computer is a “TekRefurbs” which is excellent, It has a few quirks, though. I had to work to get the “at” sign to work, it appears to be not a US keyboard. Then it occasionally uses the “u” in words like favorite/favourite. I have been setting up PCs since 1983, so was not completely in the dark. The worst issue is photos…I do a lot of photography, and it kills me when I can’t get the images to show up on my blogs easily.
It’s lovely to see so much colour! We’re all green and grey as winter drags on.
they are lovely, i’ll say that for them. I am having computer problems though since my mainframe died and I got the refurbished Dell. Please send me an email when you have a minute.
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It won’t be long until the tables are reversed, and our green will have turned brownish and/or white.
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