|'God Save the Queen'|
'God Save the Queen' is glorious. Large bloom and rich colors.
|'Eight Miles High'|
'Eight Miles High' has long petals that droop a little and give it an unusual look.
|'Eight Miles High' behind the hosta and in front of the Japanese Maple.|
'Bela Lugosi' has large blooms and a dark, almost velvety look.
|Hand for scale|
'Inwood' has cool color-tipped ruffles.
|Common orange daylily|
I don't know the proper name for this daylily. I think it may be sometimes called a "Ditch Lily". It is ubiquitous in my neighborhood.
|Old English D in the back!|
|'Spiny Sea Urchin'|
The ruffles on the edges of 'Spiny Sea Urchin' occasionally look like spines or teeth. Smallish bloom.
|'God Save the Queen' on the left, 'Spiny Sea Urchin' on the right (and in different light so the blooms look different then the above photos)|
Mildred Mitchell has smaller blooms than I expected. I like the lighter petals behind the front petals.
My favorite daylily we have is 'God Save the Queen'. It's spectacular.