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Friday, June 19, 2015

The Lilies In Our Valley

are looking good.

24 comments:

A Quiet Corner said...

Yes they are...especially that first one!!...:)JP

Buttons Thoughts said...

They sure are:) Hug B

Jen said...

How beautiful they are :o) That first one is positively stunning!

Sandra said...

brilliant colors and gorgeous lilies

eileeninmd said...

Lovely colors and beautiful lilies. Have a happy Friday and weekend ahead!

Karen S. said...

A rainbow explosion of lovely shades! I have a few that are showing their colors but still not ready to pop open yet. The others, well they are of course late to the party, but they had a very slow beginning this year. Darn cold weather! I have some very odd ones that are barely (if that) three inches off the ground and their buds nearly ready. It's a first I've seen that.

TexWisGirl said...

so pretty! hope the rains did not harm anything there!

Sandy said...

I never knew there were that many different colors of lillies.

Linda Wildenstein said...

Wowee, those are all gorgeous but I love the first pic.

Farm Girl said...

So pretty Gail, I love lilies too. Have a lovely Friday!

Gorges Smythe said...

For what it's worth, the day-lily varieties are edidle, but not the others, I think.

Gillena Cox said...

have a nice Friday Gail, thanks for dropping in at Lunch Break today

much love...

LindaG said...

I am jealous. They look great! The ones I planted in the toilets didn't come up this year.
Hope you all have a blessed weekend, Gail. ♥

Sketching with Dogs said...

What beautiful lilies, I have never seen the colour of the first ones before.
Lynne x

Debbie said...

so many varieties, so many colors....all are just beautiful!!!!!

Liza said...

Stunning. I love lilies...

Lowcarb team member said...

Those lilies are quite lovely, I like the yellow one.

All the best Jan

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Lilies have not opened here yet. Come July, they do. We love them, too.

The Furry Gnome said...

Yes they are!

Far Side of Fifty said...

That first lily is just stunning! :)

Saucy Kodz said...

You've every colour in the rainbow there and looking so swell. So very pretty. My wild lilies are blooming, Solomon seals blooming and other perennials growing higher every day. The doves rousting in my pine tree have two little babies. I love to hear them call in the early evening while sitting out in the back yard or while changing water in bird bath. Its like they know its bath time for as soon as the water is changed, Momma Dove fly's down and Papa stays on nest. When Momma is finished, then Poppa fly's down when Momma returns. Once the babies are born, there is always one parent with nest - they never leave the nest alone. Babies are always protected. Have a wonderful weekend. H to M lol

Michaele said...

Stunning photos. The first one is amazing. I always think it is rare to see dark colors on flowers.

Bethany Carson said...

The lillies are gorgeous--so many different, beautiful types! Thanks for sharing your lovely photos with us. We have daylilies in one of our ditches, and tiger lilies are growing prolifically in my garden, but none of them are blooming yet that I've seen.

Susan Anderson said...

They are altogether gorgeous! Mine are looking pretty wilty in this awful drought. We aren't watering much around here.

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