Friday, August 24, 2007 | | F.A.Q., what's blooming
Visitors have been asking about a very late blooming, very tall, very floriferous daylily blooming just now in the North Garden. It was purchased probably 20 or so years ago from Tranquil Lake Nursery in Rehobeth, MA and we think it’s either ‘Autumn King’ or ‘Wee Willie Winkie’. ‘Autumn King’ is the taller of the two so that’s my guess (our plants are a good 5+ feet tall) but the name ‘Wee Willie Winkie’ rang bells for Julie (who would have ordered the plants originally).
Here’s a selection of pics from my foggy walk this morning (mouse over for names and click for larger images):
A new grass (new to us) in the Cutting Garden (love it! I want a hundred next year)
A Cutting Garden giant (6′ plus) with delicate flowers – but just wait for the seed pods!
A washed out Dahlia ‘Karma Fuchsiana’ – I’m not sure why my camera refuses to capture bluey pinks and pinky blues… This is the dahlia we’re considering for the North Garden. What do you think?
A four O’clock in the morning
Fog lift on the bay
A Joe Pye weed walk (a path from the bay to the Water Garden)
And the Franklinia is starting to bloom!
Have a great weekend!