Lilies (and daylilies) figure prominently in my garden’s design. So much, in fact, that they merit a planting feature all to themselves. In the “Lily Patch,” Asiatic, Oriental, and trumpet lilies live and thrive in harmony with eight different varieties of daylily. Although daylilies aren’t true lilies, and true lilies aren’t daylilies, I think they all get along together just fine and dandy. Please feel free to read all about my creation of this planting feature, and the care I give its inhabitants in “Lilies: The Renaissance Garden Guy Way.” And if you’d like to see how my Oriental lilies and daylilies perform throughout the month of July, click here to read my article (and see the pics) all about that very subject. In the meantime, I hope you’ll enjoy these lily shots. I’ll be adding more on a continual basis, so check in often right here. Cheers, and Happy Gardening!
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