This is one of my new ones. I should have gotten a photo closer up, because it is a beauty. Since I'm not much of a fan of yellow, I purchased this one because it has a little of a peach blend in it too and has such nice edging. The name is Collier.
Frozen Jade is a beauty even though it is an older daylily. I've had this one for several years.
This daylily is Hall's Pink. It has a smaller spidery bloom, but the plant has a high bud count. Myself, I always like a daylily that blooms late when the others are about finished.
Heavenly Seraphim is a beauty. The bloom is much bigger than it appears here.
You don't want to add Kwanso in a garden unless you don't mind it spreading everywhere. These are beautiful, but the best place for them is along a ditch or pond. It will take over the garden. I have these popping up everywhere and have to dig them out every year.
Lady Liz is a beauty too. The blooms are big even if it doesn't look like it in the photo.
I need to check all of my reds and identify them. We moved and I have never gone through to be sure which is which.
My purple David phlox is just starting to bloom. The color is more purple than it is showing. I had a cheap camera that took much more vivid photos. I might switch back to it.
Raspberry Chiffon Coral Bells - Heuchera
I think this one is Yazoo. It has big blooms and an unusual shape.
This one is becoming my favorite. It is an older daylily, but has wonderful edges and big blooms. The plant is hardy. If I do any hybridizing, I will use this one. The name is Yuma.