Welcome to the Daylily Gallery. I’ve got eight different varieties of daylily growing in my lily patch, which they share with a bunch of true lilies (Asiatics, Orientals, and trumpets). Daylilies aren’t really lilies. They’re from an entirely different order, family, and genus. But they’ve got the word “lily” in their common name, and in my book, that’s good enough to get them into the lily patch. If you’d like to read more about daylilies and true lilies, please check out “Lilies: The Renaissance Garden Guy Way,” and “Dayliles and Oriental Lilies in July.” Both articles are loaded with pics and info you can use to set up your own lily and daylily populations. I’ll be adding more photos here on a continuing basis, so please remember to check back in. In the meantime, I hope you like the shots I’ve got here for you now. Check ’em out. Cheers, and Happy Gardening!
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