he yellow trumpet lily is
not a new one, but it is spectacular. The wild coreopsis on
the second row are volunteers, the variety that grows in the
fields around here. Next to it is a Rose
of Sharon, or Althea, a flowering shrub that
is related to the hibiscus.
Below on the next row is
the Red Velvet Asiatic, and another shot of the Lilium Regale
-- both new lilies this year.
The last row has another
picture of the ditch lily and a
purple cone flower.
of garden 2002
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