She’s too sexy for her leaves…
My love for daylilies runs deep. It might even be on my genetic code.
This is the common daylily Stella D’Oro. I have clumps of it everywhere.
It’s a low-growing, prolific bloomer of bright yellow blooms.
It will grow in full sun, half sun, half shade. Aren’t those last two the same?
It will thrive in clay soil, loamy soil, wet soil, dry soil.
She’s a clumper. She’s a keeper.
Thrive, baby, thrive.
In other news ~
Last night, I went to see Edward Burtynsky’s documentary, Watermark. (2013, Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky). Burtynsky is a renowned Canadian photographer known for his photographic chronicling of global industrial landscapes. Watermark is a stunning, visual mosaic on the theme of how water has shaped humanity and humanity has shaped water.
I have long admired the work of Burtynsky. Watermark blew me away. And if you haven’t seen it yet, I commend it to you.
And a good Friday to you all.
4 thoughts on “Close Shot Friday 051”
My yellow daylilies disappeared. I think they were mistaken for something else and we’re weeded 😦
That doc looks beautiful. Where did you see it? I sense a trip to Toronto in my future.
It was a beautiful doc. I saw it at Cinechats at UOIT. I think your library needs a copy. Don’t you? 😉 I will give you a clump of daylilies!!
Were Otto Correct, not we’re. Someone needs to teach him grammar
Hahaha. Just so.
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