Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Daylily: Nancy Billingslea



I received this beautiful daylily as a bonus last year. How lucky is that?!! The blooms were huge and the softest salmon pink color. I love it. There's always enough room for another daylily in the garden:).

9 comments:

Marie said...

Beautiful photos on your blog :)

Catherine said...

That is gorgeous~and the softest shade of pink~I love it!
Cat

chey said...

Thank you Marie and Cat! It is truly a beautiful daylily.

AiaKirjanik said...

Fantastic pictures!
Thanks for visiting my blog. I was surprised, how beautiful day-lilys can be! Just wonderful. I should have some of those also, I guess, thanks for a good idea!

chey said...

Thanks Aiakirjanik! I enjoyed my visit to your blog! Daylilies certainly can be beautiful, and they can have a lot of fans:). I don't think you can go wrong with them.

Jean Bradbury said...

Hey I'm a Maritimer too! I'm from Hamton, NB. I like your photos and would like to see what is growing in your garden right now. Is there anything green yet?
Thanks for dropping by my blog.
-Jean

chey said...

Hi Jean, thanks for stopping by! It's wonderful to meet another maritimer! I'm afraid there's not much growing in the garden yet. We've had snow up until very recently and it's only now starting to warm up. It's mostly pretty brown right now. I'll keep you posted!

Nancy J. Bond said...

I cannot wait until we can see blooms like this again. Chey - have you been to the Daylily Farm in Canning?
http://www.canningdaylilygardens.com/
I haven't, but it's on my Must See list for this summer.

chey said...

Hi Nancy...I haven't been there yet, but I would have to say that it is now on my "must see" list too! Thanks!