Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Daylily Dreaming....

This post is dedicated to you, George!

Daylilies?! In January?! Wishful thinking, I know....
But hey, a girl can dream, right?



especially with snow flurries out my window...






So, Rene, how many more days 'til Summer??

Dating myself but this is one of my favorite songs...enjoy!

34 comments:

  1. One of the nicest things about January for me is that I begin to remember the new bulbs and plants I put in the ground in the fall. And then I begin to tingle all over as I eagerly anticipate what new delights will come up in the spring and over the summer.

    Yup! I'm waiting for my gardening catalogue to arrive any day now!

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  2. Ooh, Sandy! I love that tingle all over feeling!:)
    Catalogs are a big tease and I'm way over budget already but it's the best way to pass the winter blues...

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  3. Hi Lynn, summer flowers are so cheering in mid winter, I agree! Daylilies are so rewarding, so easy to grow, easy to propagate, easy to find. Yummy! :-)
    Frances

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  4. I knew YOU would understand, Frances! A project on my to-do is to cross check your list and see what we have in common and maybe do a trade....?

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  5. Very nice......Day lillies, my favourite :)

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  6. Hi Lynn, What an inspiring post today, full of truly beautiful photos. I love daylilies, and believe it or not, we actually have many, though they are all yellow. Maybe we should branch out. And, yes, I'm following Rene's countdown, too! Eagerly awaiting my next assignment, even though I failed miserably with the last.

    Keep dreamin'! It's what keeps us going.
    xo~

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  7. Lynn a splash of color is what we all need today and dreaming of flowers and summer is a good thing. I am so ready. I just got into the lilies last year and love them so planted so many more this fall. I cannot wait to see them bloom along with my trusty rifle to scare Bambi away. I remember all of your pretty blooms from last summer and never grow tired of seeing how pretty your garden was.

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  8. They are beautiful, very, very Nice garden Lynn.
    Thinking of you!
    France

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  9. Thanks, Saif! Great to see you!

    Brooke...been missing your posts, glad you're back! Happy New Year!

    Tatyana,thank you! I can say the same about yours ;)

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  10. Ginny, so you have Stella D'oros?? Did you know they are the top selling plant of ALL perennials?
    Alright, I'll forgive you on the paperwhites~this time...haha!

    Lona, can't wait to see your new daylily additions! Argh..don't remind me of them pesky deer!

    Merci, France! Je pense de toi, aussi! ;)

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  11. as of this posting 72 days til Saturday, March 20th...the first day of Spring!

    and for you sun worshippers 165 days til Monday, June 21st...the first day of Summer

    Lovely to see such warmth here, Lynn
    I wish I could blink and make it real! :)

    Peace and thanks for the link
    You rock

    Rene

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  12. What a beautiful post!! I love daylilies! You have given me a huge Smile! :-) Thanks, Lynn.

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  13. I love seeing signs of summer and all of your pretty flowers! Keep on daydreaming and sharing your pictures.

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  14. Yes please! It is so nice to see your Daylilies again. I love the many colours you have. And their blooms just look so good. Thank you!

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  15. Hey Rene! So 71 days for Spring don't sound too bad! Tulips/daffs will tie me over 'til daylily season, but, yeah, wish you could pull a Genie!

    Thanks, SG, glad to see you smile ;)

    Okay, Catherine ~ I will!

    Steph and Ajeya, thanks for your visits, guys! Send me some of your tropical weather...please!

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  16. If you are gonna dream, dream big! Beautiful photos here.

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  17. Hey Lynn I just love when you daydream - and very appropriate music to go with the post!
    Who cares if it's an age dropper - it was the best time for music (and a little earlier - oops now my age is showing) ever!
    Your Daylilies are beautiful - in fact all of your flowers are. Maybe I'll do a post with the ones I got last summer that I have no ID's on. Someone might be able to help with their names.

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  18. It is so nice to see such pretty blooms, esp, when it is so miserable out. I am thinking it is about 150 days till summer?
    Rosey

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  19. I love Day lillies - they are probably one of my favourite plants - your photos are great. This is my first ever visit to your blog.

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  20. Just what the doctor ordered when we are knee deep in snow. Thanks for the reminder that spring will come.

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  21. Thank you, Darla!

    Yes, Linda, do your daylily post~maybe I can help ID a few...

    Great to see you, Rosey ;)

    Leavesnbloom~Hi! I love meeting new daylily enthusiasts, thanks for your visit!

    Hi Pam! I like your family photos ;) We got more snow last night but not knee deep..yikes!

    Thanks, Kelly...I'm still laughing at your 2010 resolutions!

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  22. oh, I really look forward to seeing your daylilies this spring/summer! These are cheerful pics for our blustery days!

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  23. I'm so pleased Lynn that I have stumbled across your blog, especially as day lilies are great favourite of mine too. These photos are just what's needed to chher us all up on these cold, snowy days.

    I'm looking forward to your next post!

    Johnson

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  24. Great pictures to linger over on this snowy 12 degree day. I am with you on the daydreaming! Living in upstate NY, I have pretty much the same weather that you do so I feel your pain.

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  25. LOlz... a Girl can surely dream.... Lovely photographs... thx for sharing.

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  26. Lynn,
    your garden is
    deep and wide enough
    to enjoy all year long!

    beautiful planning & realization!
    thanks for the burst of summer in here!

    peace~ Chuck

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