Daylily time here in Kansas is in full swing - well maybe we are a little past "peak", but there is still much beauty to behold. Most of these lilies were probably here on the blog last year, but many of you were not!
Here are a few of my favorites from this summer. These shots were all taken in my garden, by me, with my little Canon camera. I experimented more this summer with my "macro" setting (close-up). I really really really like those shots! Many of them have bugs... so if you don't like to look at bugs just skip over those!
I'll add the name of the daylily if I am sure of it (hybrid daylilies have registered names...). There are a few other flowers and critters here too.
Take a few moments and enjoy. My son says I put way too many photos on my blog - but this will probably be my only daylily post for the summer - so there are lots of photos. These are in chronological order - as the garden progresses the lilies become prettier - so try to make it to the end!
Butterfly Weed... see the ant... the little blooms are tiny.
Lights of Detroit ( I think)
Classy Cast (this is my all-time favorite daylily)
Classy Cast (again)
This is Bun3zle... there is also a Bun2zle but he doesn't come around much. 3zle is so tiny - she would easily fit in the palm of your hand - like that would ever happen!!! She is now fairly tame. She sits on the patio and waits for me to come out and bring her carrots and kale. I could sit out there for hours and watch her. Apparently I am very easy to entertain!
Brand New Lover
Classy Cast (again!)
Bun3zle... I think she is smiling...
Copper Summer (I think)
Double Old Ivory
This is the largest of my garden areas. We had 3-4 VERY hot days in a row and blooms were way down as you can see. They recovered within a few days.
Moth on the outside of my kitchen window.
Partial views of two smaller garden areas.
Eotsha (again). I love the dark/light background here.
A fancy bug with lacy wings.
Baroody (with a little Lullaby Baby)
Making Friends (again)
I've lost the name of this one. I took this very early one morning and she is only half awake!
Red Ribbons and spider web.
This is my favorite photo (so far) this summer of Bun3zle. I wanted a picture of her from the back with her little white cottontail and her ears sticking up, but she kept turning her head to see what I was doing! I guess it is asking a lot of a bunny to let a human sneak up behind to take a picture.
If any other daylilies make a dazzling appearance, I'll put 'em on here. Or if Bun3zle does something cute we might see her again!