Friday, June 15, 2012

Daylilies Update & More

I looked outside & saw several of the daylilies blooming so thought I'd take a few pictures of them for you   : )



 

 

Here is what the daylily garden is looking like thus far.  There are obviously a couple other things in there with them   : )



Here are some hydrangeas.  I love hydrangeas   : )



This butterfly bush was bought last year & I'm amazed at how huge it got almost the moment we put it in the ground!  


10 comments:

milly said...

Beautiful garden shots.
I love butterfly bushes, we have a few and I love watching the butterflys on it.
The day lilies are gorgeous, such great colours.

Natasha said...

You are my garden twin LOL In our old house we had TONS of Day Lilies and two HUGE butterfly bushes. I long to have a place dedicated to Iris also.

Your garden is beautiful. Thanks for sharing

Nurdan said...

Beautiful pictures and gorgeous flowers! Hydrangea is the most beautiful among the others for me!!!

Have a great weekend!

Vickie said...

All that weeding paid off Shirlee. Beautiful gardens. Great flowers. Enjoy your weekend. http://astitchersstory.blogspot.com/

Janet P said...

A beautiful garden Shirlee, it must be a lot of hard work for you. Those Day Lilies are fantastic such lovely colours. x

Kaisievic said...

The colours of the day lilies are amazing. My favourite is the parchment coloured one. Gorgeous!

marly said...

What beautiful peace and privacy. The daylilies' colors are so magnificent. If we had decent soil I would have them but I already lost two. We planted 3 Pink Diamond Hydrangea trees a few years ago. The Limelight variety trees are gorgeous and I'm thinking of one of those too. Very nice Shirlee!

butterfly said...

Shirlee your garden is looking lovely. You have such a big garden and your house is beautiful.
Your dayliles are fantastic

Chris said...

Beautiful flowers. I love going to daylily farms, I just want to bring so many of them home.

TheCrankyCrow said...

I don't EVER want to hear you say you're not a gardener AGAIN!! (Did that sound like your mother??? Good - it was meant to!) Such gorgeous, gorgeous, blooms! But my favorite are the hydrangeas....next to lilacs, they're my all time favorite....but, alas, they don't grow well here. I have lost so many....I now only have one left - I've nurtured it and babied it, but it doesn't ever look healthy, and it's a rare treat to get any kind of blooms from it......Enjoyed seeing yours! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin