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During the Fourth of July weekend, 2003, I decided to do a little planting to fill in some areas where earlier planted bulbs had died off. Since I didn't have any Hemerocallis (Daylilies), I decided to plant some so I went to the nursery and got three beauties. One is called Double Cutie and is a pale yellow with greenish tinge and, as the name implies, double flowers.
Much to my surprise, Double Cutie threw out new scapes in late September and here, in the middle of October, I have more daylilies!
It's the end of May 2004 and much to my surprise (given that it was last blooming in October of last year), Double Cutie has its first blossom.
It's the second week of June 2005 and Double Cutie is the first daylily to bloom. It has grown very large this year!
July 1st and still going strong!
It's getting toward late July and Double Cutie is still in bloom.
It's the second week of June 2006 and Double Cutie is once again the first daylily to bloom.
It's now early June 2007 and Double Cutie has become the first daylily to bloom.
7 June 2008 brings the first of what promises to be many flowers on Double Cutie.
Though each flower lasts but a single day, each day more open to replace those that have faded.
In late June to early July 2009, Double Cutie began to bloom and I got a few photos. One evening however, something visited the garden and ate all of the remaining buds, as well as those on the other lilies and daylilies! I am not at all happy!
Early June 2010 brings the bloom of Double Cutie.
Early June 2011 brings the bloom of Double Cutie. This year I fortunately got the varmint repellant on it before the varmints struck!
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