lions and tigers and

bears oh my !   i like this flower.  my computer does not.  well not exactly.  the name, the cross name that is, is too long.  way too long.  14-077 12-0724-002 Flying Carpet x Pygmy Pirate) x Heavenly Fire Arrow) x 12-0708-001 Embassy x B-110-2 ( WEBd5303 x Tremor) x Tet Skinwalker) S Holmes.  it has become ungainly and awkward.  and i think it may be starting not to fit. what ever happened – one too many sleep without a reboot – it locked up and threw the image into the recycle bin.  did i say the computer did not like this flower ?  well i do.  and for today at least the flower has made it to the web.  three images with very long names…

14-077 12-0724-002 Flying Carpet x Pygmy Pirate) x Heavenly Fire Arrow) x 12-0708-001 Embassy x B-110-2 ( WEBd5303 x Tremor) x Tet Skinwalker) S Holmes

14-077 12-0724-002 Flying Carpet x Pygmy Pirate) x Heavenly Fire Arrow) x 12-0708-001 Embassy x B-110-2 ( WEBd5303 x Tremor) x Tet Skinwalker) S Holmes

14-077 12-0724-002 Flying Carpet x Pygmy Pirate) x Heavenly Fire Arrow) x 12-0708-001 Embassy x B-110-2 ( WEBd5303 x Tremor) x Tet Skinwalker) S Holmes img 9388 det 14-077 12-0724-002 Flying Carpet x Pygmy Pirate) x Heavenly Fire Arrow) x 12-0708-001 Embassy x B-110-2 ( WEBd5303 x Tremor) x Tet Skinwalker) S Holmes img 9388 macro

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4 thoughts on “lions and tigers and

  1. renxkyoko

    I had just suggested to my Mom we should have a daylily garden. I live in drought stricken California, that’s why our raised flower garden is empty, no flowers at all. Even the huge redwood at our backyard died. Daylilies don’t need much watering, do they ?

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    1. John Hric Post author

      Sorry about being so slow in responding. while daylilies can tolerate some dry periods and still look pretty good, they are not plants for drought areas. they will take some dry periods but they are happier with more water.

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