Centerfold and Catherine Woodbury make a great pair!
Here's Janice Brown....she has a story behind her which I'll tell you next time. She's an early to mid-season bloomer, and always the first to bloom after the very early yellow ones.
One of my 3 originals (unknown). This is a shorter lily with a very prolific growth habit.
The lovely Cleo. She's tall, gorgeous, and puts on an amazing show!
Charles Johnston, a slightly deeper red.
The always lovely Catherine Woodbury, blooming happily here with monarda (bee balm) and Gloriosa Daisies (Black-eyed Susans)
Persian Market did remarkably well for just its second year.
This one is being overtaken by perennials and needs to be moved. I have a few like that.
Mary's Gold has a huge bloom of 6.5 inches.
Chicago Star is being taken over by the red Monarda. I probably should move it as well.
Dallas Star. I love the combination of shades in this delicate beauty.
Here's Catherine Woodbury in a longer shot
Cleo again, in the early morning...........
............and in the late afternoon sunshine. I love this lily!!