Plant Experimentation: Daylilies from Amador, Day 2.

I ordered some daylilies from Amador Flower Farms. They had pretty good prices, and I had read that daylilies would do pretty well in my area. They showed up, but I couldn’t plant them right away, so they were starting to look a little peaked, even sitting in water. But I got them planted yesterday, so hopefully they will perk up quickly.

The first one is the Allegretto daylily.

6/6/2011 Allegretto Daylily Label

The picture on the website showed it to be a pink flower, with a lavender coloring in the middle of the flower.

6/6/2011 Allegretto Daylily

The next one is called Awakening Dream.

6/6/2011 Awakening Dream Daylily Label

This one is supposed to be a cream colored flower, with a circle of lavender in the middle and yellow inside of that.

6/6/2011 Awakening Dream Daylily

The next daylily is the Chinese Imp.

6/6/2011 Chinese Imp Daylily Label

This one is supposed to be a very pink flower. I love pink.

6/6/2011 Chinese Imp Daylily

The next is Dark Star daylily.

6/6/2011 Dark Star Daylily Label

The flowers of this one are supposed to be more of the spidery style, and should be purplish color with yellow in the center.

6/6/2011 Dark Star Daylily

The last one I ordered was Lavender Dew.

6/6/2011 Lavender Dew Daylily Label

This one is supposed to be a light purple color with lines of white going down the petals. Beautiful. I was running out of the larger pots though, and this was the smallest one, so for the moment, it is in a pot that is probably too small for it. Hopefully it will be okay for now. As soon as I make it back over to the nursery, I will grab a pot of the proper size and get it potted up.

6/6/2011 Lavender Dew Daylily

In addition to the five I ordered, I also received a bonus plant. This one is Winning Ways, which is supposed to be have bright yellow flowers. It is also listed as having dormant foliage, as opposed to evergreen like the others, so we will see what happens with them.

6/6/2011 Winning Ways Daylily

Daylilies are supposed to be very hardy and tolerant of neglect, so I have high hopes that these will spring back very quickly. The only thing I am worried about at the moment is the black pots, since it will soon be getting very hot. But they should only be getting sun from the morning until about noon or so. Hopefully they will thrive in that.

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