any door. would you like door number a ? or door number b ? c ? how about door number d ? the sad part is i could choose them all. and i might. except that will throw the whole game of garden musical chairs into total chaos. every winner will displace a plant who becomes a loser. and there are way too many pretty faces in the garden. the seedling for tonight comes first. then there are its siblings behind doors numbered b through d. there is going to be an awful amount of digging in the garden this fall. i may wear out a shovel or two. not to mention my back. and wear a path to the fridge for water and other gardener’s emollients… yes really.
Is there a consolation prize in the fridge?
Beautiful photos, John.
Don’t go into the garden without one ! And yes… always. Thanks Dan.
Great blooms, John
Oh, John, what is the name of the first lily? It’s gorgeous! I hope that’s one of your “keepers.”
Mary those flowers are all siblings planted in 2020. usually I will plant 5 seeds from each seed pod. I want to keep and name them all. And that first one with the lavender and pale yellow eye is the most captivating for me too. I hope my notes on the flag tape are specific enough so I know which is that one. Or I will have to keep every one until that one blooms again. I have not gotten to the naming part yet so I don’t know what its name will be. But assuming it does not have any major faults and I don’t accidentally loose it that one will get a name. So yes definitely a keeper. Thanks !