Thursday, February 14, 2013

Lemon Lilies

The yellow flowers in the middle are Lemon Lilies.  They have a wonderful citrus odor, and fairly strong at that.  They are just as hearty a plant as a Day Lily, but they have a thinner and smoother stem, and the flower is a little more delicate.  Also, the leaves are greener and more grass like.
To the right is a Sedum.  To the left is Geranium, the common variety.  Behind are Siberian Irises.  In front is a tiny Iris I found in an herb garden in Maine.  Crested Iris. 

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