Radiant Moonbeam

what do you call a flower that blooms in daylight in the garden… something opposite in this case.  Radiant Moonbeam.  it’s tall.  it’s white.  so i guess it radiates its light over the rest of the garden.  either way it is pretty.  and it is a flower that we are crossing to make more daylily seeds.  two images

radiant moonbeam det radiant moonbeam macro

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13 thoughts on “Radiant Moonbeam

    1. John Hric Post author

      Glad you enjoy it Victoria. Glad the light works for you. Radiant Moonbeam is in a spot where the golden time for morning light is fairly quick. Usually I get to it a few minutes late. At least by my judgement, someday I might catch it a bit earlier…

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      1. John Hric Post author

        Okay ! I can’t say I really disagree. Would most likely opt for a touch less glare. Still it is one of the better pics of this flower .! Thanks !

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