Lanie and Lulu Go ExploringThe other day Lulu and I got to take a trip with Xyra. We found a gate to a secret garden.
Lanie, Lady Daylily
I wonder where this leads?
Oooo. Stay close, Lulu. Don't get lost...I think we are going to like it here. This fox statue is cute.
Hello, I'm Lady Daylily. Who has wandered into my garden?
(startled) Hello..., I'm Lanie...and this is my bunny Lulu.
I'm happy to meet you.
I'm into gardening. Would you mind telling us, well, me about the flowers?
Sure. The daylillies by the fox are called Wild One. The shorter plants are coral bells and petunias.
I can get a better view of these from here. Such pretty colors!
Ah, yes. The yellow double are called Mt. Helena. The purple ones are Kansas Kitten and, on the left by your feet, is Auspicious.
I think Kansas Kitten is my favorite in this area.
Look, Cinderella's carriage. What fun!
Now, those, at the front of the carriage are called Buffy's Doll.
Buffy's doll is really pretty.
And behind the carriage are Intricate Eyes.
The pink touches on this one are so very pretty.
I wonder how many different daylilies there are?
There are nearly 60,000 varieties of daylilies, but only around 30,000 are available on the market.
Indeed. Here you are among Indian Giver, Lemon Shadows, Lover Lips, and Miss Jessie's World varieties.
All of these are so very nice.
Look at this big bunny, Lulu! Don't worry, she's too big to carry back. Cute statue though.
Such lovely gardens. Thank you so very much, Lady Daylily, for giving us a tour.
You're welcome, Lanie. Come again to see some of the others in bloom.
We'd like that.
Do you have a favorite from the daylilies pictured?
What about a favorite flower?