Looks like Stella D'oro. the most over planted daylily. It is a workhorse and provides a bright spot in many places. Homes and commercial locations
I must be a bit North of you....mine are all in bud (lots of buds) but none have
completely popped yet. They were my Grandma's favorite flower...she loved
the bright yellow. Everywhere I go, I have to have a couple of the plants. :)
The first to bloom for me is the Pixie Lily
Hang down your head....
From my last house...
Mine are a bit on the wane and I haven’t been able to deadhead.
Jim, that must be the famous Tom Dooley lily!
Skibby, that is funny!!
Wild Turk's Cap Lily in the Angeles National Forest.
Well, darn. You caught my scattered daylilies during a lull day. Yesterday, yes. Tomorrow, it looks like it. Today is apparently play day.
King Kong orienpet lily. Grows 6ft tall.
gyr - what the heck?
That's the Busch Garden dog & cheetah....must be a daylily in there somewhere. lol
link to see them playing
Wow. That's really something. Thanks for the explanation and link.
Nicole, actually it is the San Diego Safari Park dog (Raina, a Rhodesian Ridgeback) & cheetah (Ruuxa). :)
ETA: Raina & Ruuxa's story* The Safari Park used to be named the Wild Animal Park. Here is another photo of them playing.
Only one of my daylilies has opened right now. It won't be too long for the others but they are not there yet. This one is what we call ditch lilies. They are tall and hardy and very common around here. I like them a lot.
Here are my ditch lilies. My son named them “freedom flowers” because they bloom when school is ending.
ETA additional closeup photo taken by my husband with his real camera.
Blubird, your son is sure right about that!! LOL
Blubird - Love the frogs! Or are they toads?
Caflowerluver, I believe they’re frogs. I’ve had them many years and they keep getting rusty, but my husband epoxies and unrusts them and paints them and they get to amuse me again.