The daylilies have seemed to just bloom and bloom this summer. They aren't done yet! I have them everywhere in the gardens, mostly divisions and seedlings. Below is 'Hyperion' with Monarda 'Claire Grace' and Phlox 'Robert Poore'. 'Hyperion' is still one of the most best yellow daylilies out there. It produces a whole bouquet of flowers at one time, for a very long time. It's deliciously fragrant too.
Daylily ordered from Wayside years ago, when we still lived in Pennsylvania, and the name tag has long since been lost.
This pale pink daylily was part of a mixed bag my husband bought from Lowe's, so it may be an unregistered seedling. If so, that is a shame, because this is a lovely daylily. The color and texture are so smooth, and it produces a lot of flowers.
Yes, Baptisia alba, blooming a good 2 1/2 months after the others have bloomed. This one always blooms late.
Thank you Carol at May Dreams Gardens for hosting Bloom Day.