Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Summer . . . Clouds and Flowers

It's past Mid-Summer by 2 weeks,  hot and muggy now, but our mid-Wisconsin 86 degrees is nothing compared to the misery (102 degrees) in New York and the Northeast.

The glorious freckled white lily is called "Muscadet," a gift from Agnes Dahlman.  The petals span 10 inches -- honest truth!   The lilies below are both the Orienpet type.  As Agnes said, they are lilies on steroids; very vigorous, nice and tall and sturdy, and prolific bloomers.

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