Tag: Egyptian Spice Daylily
Daylilies and Wild Petunia
I went through a Daylily (Hemerocallis sp. and cvs.) phase for a year or two, then lost interest. This says more about me than it does about Daylilies – I go through frequent periods of enthusiasm for a particular species or genus of plant. In most cases the enthusiasm fades, but leaves behind a few …
Random Notes From The Front Garden
Aside from the Jolly Yellow Giants, there are a few other goings on in the Front Garden.
Lilies and Daylilies
People walking past our front garden these days will be treated to the seductive sweet fragrance of our OT hybrid ‘Conca d’Or’ Lilies.
From Both Sides Now
So you have to be careful about what you say to Judy. One day I casually mention that people really liked her overview shots of the garden and maybe she should do more of those. Next thing you know, she’s sitting on a windowsill on the second story of our house, both feet dangling over …
Do Heirloom Tomatoes Really Taste Best?
I may have to surrender my subscription to Organic Gardening Magazine for saying this, but the two hybrid tomato varieties I’ve been growing this summer have tasted better than any of the heirlooms I have grown in past years – with one exception. In the past I have grown only heirlooms – Black Krim, Green …