Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Sprigs: Ditch Lilies, Time for Their Congenial Visit

It's time for the ditch lilies. 



 For you dry climate folks that don't have them, they grow wild in ditches.  Their large orange heads on tall stalks provide a patch of color along the roads.





I've transplanted them to several large empty spaces in my yard that needed consistent green foliage and a mass of color early in the summer. 

Some folks think they're common, but I find them congenial, like a friend who drops in for a visit every year. 

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