A colour explosion in the mid-summer garden. Mother Nature updates her wardrobe once again, adding fiery oranges, peaches, fluorescent pinks, bright yellows and velvety purples. A celebration of beauty in my own backyard. Blessed.
Daylilies (Hemerocallis) are one of the most versatile and hardy plant species for the Ontario garden. Their cheerful colours and range of sizes offer something for anyone looking to brighten a sun or sun/shade spot in the garden.
I’ve spent years collecting different varieties, and then eagerly awaiting each to unfurl in the early, mid and late summer garden.
Gardens wouldn’t be complete without the bright, happy colours of daylilies gracing garden borders and back recesses.