Tuesday, July 12, 2022


 It is a smaller bloom and shorter in height.  I like it but need to move it as it is squeezed in along the fence and really can not be readily seen. I will move it when the weather cools down this fall. 

I picked it this morning while I was weeding and fertilizing the tomatoes.  My tomatoes look good and even my late planted pear shaped tomatoes are setting on small ones. 

I thought it had died.  It is still alive.  I will move it to a good fertile soiled location soon and save its life. It is in a clay filled area and it doesn't like it.  

I wasn't going to blog today.  I guess I had too many photos not to share.  Blogging in the late afternoon seems to work and yet I don't like doing it then.  I guess afternoon is better than eleven o'clock at night.  Tomorrow is another day, I may see you then.


Val Ewing said...

Love the photos!

I should get some thistle seed as my husband enjoys watching the gold finches so much.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Pretty Day Lilies! AND that is a great photo of them!