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Indian Giver

In early May 2011, I gave up trying to grow a rose in the spot formerly occupied by Brigadoon.  Instead, since the spot is next to the daylily Plum Perfect, which has thrived, I went to the nursery and got another daylily.  This one is Indian Giver, which also has flowers in the purple range, though different from Plum Perfect.  It's a nice healthy specimen, and here it is just after planting.

2011 indian giver daylily

Fast forward to the end of June and Indian Giver is getting ready to bloom.

2011 indian giver daylily

And one day later!  While similar to Plum Perfect, it has a green interior instead of yellow and has white margins on the petals.

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

Indian Giver is turning out to be quite floriferous!

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

We're almost into the middle of July and Indian Giver is going strong.  I'm quite impressed by this daylily!

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily

2011 indian giver daylily



Last Updated: 08 Jan 2015

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