Hush Little Baby

Daylily Hush Little Baby, Fairfield Glade.  June 28, 2009.

Daylily Hush Little Baby, Fairfield Glade. June 28, 2009.

Our roses aren’t producing a lot of blossoms right now, but our other flowers are doing a good job of filling in the gaps.  We’ve been enjoying lilies and daylilies for a couple of weeks now.  They’re giving us lots of beautiful color and delight fragrances.

Betsy is highlighting some of the lilies in our garden today.  The picture above is one of our daylilies, Hush Little Baby.  Daylily blossoms only last for a single day, but they sure are pretty for that day.

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13 Responses to “Hush Little Baby”

  1. Hilda Says:

    Such a brief lifespan, but such beautiful coloration!

  2. Susie Says:

    George that is really pretty. I really enjoy the pink colors.

  3. Happyone Says:

    I love the color! Just gorgeous!!
    Only a day but so beautiful for that short time.

  4. Suz Says:

    So sweet!

  5. imac Says:

    Such beauty should last forever George.

  6. Valkyrien Says:

    I am so used to see the daylilies in yellow – so this is unusual for me to see! And what a cute name – and a great shot!

    Thank you for all your nice comments on my blog. I am too busy with memes I believe, planning to cut down a bit.

    Wish you a great week!

  7. Tammie Says:

    oooh such a beauty!

  8. Jen Says:

    Lucky you were home to capture it.
    Very pretty!

  9. karin Says:

    Aww, what a sweet name for a precious, pretty lily! Beautiful photos – yours and Betsy’s!

  10. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    What a gorgeous flower.The name is unique as well.
    Blessings,Ruth

  11. LEEDRA Says:

    A very pretty pink this one is.

  12. Judy Says:

    That is a lovely colour for the daylily!! As for the deer, one of the local farmers told me he lost $10,000 worth of lettuces to the deer last summer. That has got to hurt!

  13. happilyretired Says:

    WOW … I’ve never SEEN this color Day Lily before but I’d love to have it growing in MY garden. Maybe I’ll check the nursery on my next visit.
    Hugs and blessings,

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