I don't like the hot pink here, but it's staying. After waiting two years for a flower, I am not about to move that peony!
I always find the fuzzy buds of my Tango lilies interesting. When I first planted them, I thought maybe they had a disease. I was totallly surprised to find that this fuzz is normal and does not hurt the flower at all. Now I like the fuzz just because it's different than all the other lily buds.
Remember the woodland garden that I was removing all the daylilies from on Saturday? Well, I am happy to report that I accomplished my goal and did get all the daylilies removed on Sat/Sun, except for one little clump of yellow ones that I want to transplant elsewhere. I also left some Sedum Autumn Joy that I want to move.
I am very happy with the work we accomplished on Father's Day weekend despite all the rain on Sunday.
You may remember that my one goal for the weekend was to clean the paths of pine needles.
The pink lilies are the Manhattans that I moved last summer while they were in full bloom. I bought them two summers ago thinking they were dwarf. When they were not, I had to find a new spot for tall lilies. They survived the move just fine.