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Day lilies add a touch of drama A hedge of a diversity of native species - beech, hazel, holly, elder, field maple and oak - will offer food and shelter to a wealth of creatures.
The plantings, in their color scheme and complexity, far surpass the ubiquitous tracts of stout yellow day lilies municipalities often plant and then, because of budget constraints, leave to fry in the mid-summer sun.
Day lilies, Tiger lilies and Easter lilies contain an, as yet, unknown renal toxin that causes kidney shutdown in cats.
The irises and day lilies have already put up their spiky green leaves and will soon flower into purple, orange and red blossoms.
Try some Chinese ground orchids, blackberry lilies, canna lilies, elephant ears, lilies of the valley, crocosmias, hardy cyclamens, dahlias, summer hyacinths, gladioluses, day lilies, irises, or true lilies for a coordination of flowers through summer into fall.
They carried colorful hand-tied bouquets of red roses, yellow and pink day lilies, and miniature green mums.
The kids were practically clutching their own sheets and blankets for fear we would use them to cover day lilies.
Towards the centre of the garden I planted irises, both German and Siberian, peonies, delphiniums, roses and day lilies.
Day lilies, roses, and Jerusalem artichokes are beautiful--and delicious--an emergency larder right outside your door.
Good companions include the dark-leaved dahlia "Bishop of Llandaff", with its deep red flowers, and bold day lilies such as Hemerocallis "Stafford", which has fabulous scarlet flowers with yellow centres.
Flower-shaped items include roses, tulips, day lilies, and water lilies, as well as a bouquet of smaller pieces that includes an assortment of carnations, dahlias, morning glories, and roses.
Images include more soft, romantic florals such as calla lilies, lilies, a set of four eastern florals, purple and red day lilies, hibiscus, amaryllis, hollyhocks, tulips, crocus and forget-me-nots.