Thursday, June 9, 2011

Thoughtless Thursday









33 comments:

  1. They would look nice in my small garden,
    might I regret introducing them if they
    are weeds ?

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  2. Tiger Lilies are lovely...one of my favorite childhood memories; riding my bike down the road and bringing homes bouquets to my mom.

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  3. We have them growing along the side of the road here too - I just love them!

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  4. Oh, I love, love, love, tiger lilies.

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  5. Gorgeous photos. I'm with Prairie Mother...I used to bring bouquets home to my mom all the time.

    www.thisfarmfamilyslife.blogspot.com

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  6. Tiger Lilies are my absolute favorites! (Hugs)Indigo

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  7. I love the tiger lilies each summer! Did you know that old folks refer to them as ditch lilies?

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  8. Nothing says country to me more than those orange daylilies.
    Great series.

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  9. Boy does that orange stand out...very pretty.

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  10. Tiger lilies, eh. Glad I read the other comments because I wondered what these were. Your post caught my eye because I just moved with my family from Mi to NC and these are growing wild all over at the front of our property. There are so many wildflowers here that I'm really just amazed. Back in Mi I spent a small fortune on flowers to plant a garden two summers ago and most of the flowers I spent $$ on there are growing wild all over here. I love it!

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  11. I have some of those! LOVE them!

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  12. I love day lilies. They spill over stone walls on country roads. I don't think they will be blooming here for maybe two more weeks. Love 'em.

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  13. Santastu - I don't know if you would regret introducing them or not. I actually found these by the road and don't have any on my farm. I am guessing, since they are wild, they are prolific reproducers.

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  14. Ribbons - I actually didn't know they were referred to as ditch lilies.

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  15. texwisgirl - That last shot is my fav too!

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  16. Gorgeous...I love how they are growing down the fence line....
    Shug

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  17. so gorgeous! I love day lilies!

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  18. Beautiful compositions, lovely flowers...

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  19. I have a few of these in my yard. They are called "Ditch Lilies" around here because they grow in the side ditches beside the roads. Weeds are sprayed and small bushes and things, each summer, by the state and you would think, "there goes the Ditch Lilies," but they come back every year. I think they are pretty neat and are probably the stock from which all lilies are bred.

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  20. Tiger lilies are fantastic but we don't have them growing alongside the side of the road like that. Would love if we did!

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  21. We call them native day lilies here and I have them all over the place. Love how the foliage stays long after the flowers are gone. Lovely shots.

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  22. Oooh, those flowers are GORGEOUS and one of my favs! Enjoy your weekend!

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  23. I just love the painterly look of your photos. Love love love. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  24. Love the daylilies. They are so colorful in their groupings -- barbara

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  25. These photographs are great! I love the second one most.

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  26. I never cease to be amazed at the quality of the processing in these posts. The third one is outstanding and worthy once again of hanging on any wall.

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  27. I love the shot with the daylilies and the old barn in the backdrop!

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