breathe

space – as they say in those scifi shows is the final frontier. and it is the same in gardens. sometimes that is difficult to remember when planting a new flower. and painful to remember when they crowd together and only a few bloom very well. so the task the last couple of years is fixing and avoiding that situation. this one Purple Satellite got a little more room to breathe and stretch out the last couple of years. the change has been worth it all 9 inches 22.8 cm of it …

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11 thoughts on “breathe

    1. John Hric Post author

      When we started out they were all wide petals. And all wide got a bit boring at least for me. Now we have a mix. One that is titled slightly the other way. Enjoy what you enjoy roberta there is nothing wrong with that. Thanks

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    1. John Hric Post author

      This coming summer it should be blooming at clump strength with 5 or 10 scapes blooming all at once. I will have to get a picture of it like that. Glad you enjoy it beth. Thanks

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    1. John Hric Post author

      It does John. It does. It also has a lot of heat and not so much water. I will deal with the situation I know. Not to mention the entire circus of moving hundreds of daylilies. I have heard those stories and do not want to be one. Moving a garden is one of those tasks where you hire Sean Bean to say “One does not simply walk into Mordor…” I will skip the trial by combat and just pour the three fingers…

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