Hemerocallis ‘Red Hot Returns’
Hemerocallis ‘Point of View’
For Today’s Flowers here are a couple more Daylilies. They must have done well flowering last year because they seemed to get under the lens a lot more than usual. Here are two more hybrids that were spotted during the summer. I have grown neither but did plant some ‘Red Hot Returns’ last fall. It is a relatively short Daylily with a good reblooming habit. The color is nice with petals orangey red and a lemony throat. Click here for a Larger Version of 'Red Hot Returns'.
‘Point of View’ represented here in both a macro and wider view is a spider daylily variant. It is a cross between ‘Spider Man’ and ‘Newberry Amaryllis’ and was hybridized in 1992. The flowers are big and a nice red. It blooms in the early to mid-season.
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The other day I started to try and link to a larger version of the pictures posted here. It worked except that I can’t really put them in the ‘New Pictures’ type of gallery that I had envisioned since when I move them later it will cause a lot of dead links here. Instead the pictures will be linked to the gallery that they will reside on Digital Flower Pictures.com. Sorry for any confusion while I work this out.
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SO BEAUTIFUL FLOFERS :)
I very much like the combination of the daylily and flax. I'm going to have to look for 'Red Hot Returns' which I hope is available in Canada.
Very beautiful, I can imagine the sweet scent.
Your daylilies are very beautiful! Gorgeous colors.
I love day lilies, they are just so lovely. And this one is a beautiful red.
Such really beautiful shots!
I love the contrast of color in the first shot. Two colors I wouldn't ordinarily choose together until now! :)
very sophisticated flower in red.. lilies of any kind are really lovely flowers
Beautiful images. I have lilies similar to these that bloom in late July.
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