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Thank you Gary and Monica!
Yes! Your daylilies are absolutely breathtaking! Thank you for sharing them Sandy, I always love your pics...Monica
Bee-oo-tee-ful! Thank you Sandy, I do love Daylilys!
Thank you snooker, laura, shirley, morris and Graciela!
Love your daylilies chickie!! they are so beautiful!
Very pretty Lilly, chickie!!
Beautiful! Thanks chickiemama.
What an exquisite flower and excellent shot. Thank you, chickie!
Great shot - it is lovely.
You are welcome warbler.I don't even attempt to sing lyndee. Not even Happy Birthday.
Use to sing that song to my granddaughter.........Poor kid! LOL
Thanks for the info Chickie, PG. I've heard about this but never tried it. I have an 8 acre pond in my front yard, so I could wash off after rolling around. And all my neighbors would be passed out, in amazement, that is!
Thank you gnt, Hanne, tex and A3ana.LOL tex.
Also a very nice color sandy
Is that the name of the flower, or were you telling a kid to shut up? Beautiful lily. Thanks.
Beautiful, Sandy, thanks so very much!!
Thank you jcarroll.LOL young man. Too much information!
The chickster is right Warbler I had the same problem with deer around my house in PA they ate everything that grew and they loved the tulips and daylilys but I found a new use for Irish Spring. I would cut up a bar and place it around the plants and the deer would leave them alone and when it rained I would go out and roll around in the patch and get my bath. Not high on the neighbors list of thing to watch out there windows but it kept the deer away. Hope this helps.
Love your flower pictures, chickie!
Thank you Bizarra, lauralyn and warbler. Warbler, you could try hanging old bars of stinky soap around them. It worked for me when I planted small white pines. The deer were eating the new growth like crazy until I hung soap in old net onion bags. They haven't bothered the daylilys for some reason.
Gotta love that color, with the fine stripes. Wish I could grow them. #*@# deer!
That's a beautiful daylilly! They are one of my favorites in the garden.
Beautiful picture!! thank you