Friday, June 11, 2010

Daylilies and the garden

Earlier this week I was sitting on the back porch having my morning coffee and I noticed the first daylily bloom out in the garden. It looked so pretty shining in the morning sunlight.



Now each day more and more blooms are opening and the flower bed will soon be filled with an abundance of color ~ an old fashioned favorite of mine.



The vegetable garden is growing great. We have three raised beds filled with veggies.


Can't wait until these are ripe.



Did you know that when you prune your tomatoes, or I should say pick off the suckers or side shoots, you can root them and replant as a new tomato plant.




Well, it's Friday, and the weekend is here, I'm going to enjoy mine.




Hope you have a good one!






Enjoy!

Donna


8 comments:

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

Donna, I did a post on my lilies today too! Your are a very beautiful color! I didn't know that about tomatoes and I just pruned them yesterday and through out the suckers! Darn!!

Have a great weekend!

Donna said...

How pretty! No! I didn't know you could you could root tomato stems! Makes sense though...
Happy weekend Girl!
hughugs

Sherri said...

Hi Donna! My daylilies have been blooming too and they are so lovely! I love yours too! Have a good one!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Those Daylilly's are so pretty - I don't think I've seen those colors before - love them!
Your garden looks so wonderful! our plants are just trying to survive the rain, rain & more rain we've had - oh well - maybe they'll start growing soon!

Mimi Sue said...

Your garden is beautiful. We've been having such a cold spring. Hard for plants to really grow when it's too cold. Mimi

Zuzana said...

Lovely images, lilies are my favorite flowers too.;)
Yes, I knew about the tomato shoots.;)
Have a lovely weekend,
xoxo

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

Love the doggy pics! You've taught me something I did not know about tomatoes. I learn a lot in Blog Land!
Brenda

Kerrie said...

Donna, I never knew about rooting the tomato prunings! I shall try it! Love the paintings of Otis and Riley, so cuddly! Hugs, Kerrie