Most of the daylilies in my garden are covered in blooms right now. Above is 'Siloam Double Classic.'
Here is 'Sue Rothbauer,' which has excellent deep rose coloring. All of the colors in these photos came out a little odd, since the sky around here is brown and hazy from wildfire smoke blowing over from the west side of the state.
'Frances Joiner' is a prolific bloomer in the front yard.
I have a good sunny spot for a pink daylily and am trying to decide between 'Woodside Romance,' above, and 'Jolyene Nichole' (which didn't have any blooms open today). Both are currently in mostly shady spots and would be happier with more sun. WR is a deeper pink but the blooms are smaller than JN.
'Lavender Stardust' has been a favorite for several years now.
'Smoky Mountain Autumn' is the theme flower for our smoky sky today.
'Hush Little Baby' plants were divided into eight sections a year or two before, and it is taking a long time for each little plant to build up into a strong bloomer again. They're growing in the hot west garden where they don't get as much water as they'd like, or else they'd be growing faster.
'Autumn Wood' is the last bloom for this post. It's a lot of work to pull off the dead flowers from all the daylilies each day, but with the roses and many other plants taking a break from blooming right now, the daylilies are the stars of the show.