Hello Daylily Friends,
then treated to a wonderful lunch at Andiamo Riverfront Restaurant which is on the first floor of the General Motors building. Before we went into the Restaurant we had our picture taken together in front of the Detroit River, and just across the river is Canada. We were surprised to learn that several Club members drive over from Canada to participate in Club events. The General Motors building had an unusual glass sculpture at the entrance to the building that I thought you might like to see. It is called "Borealis," and was designed by Danny Lane from London, England. Very interesting. There were also many General Motors vehicles displayed in the building, which, in and of itself, was quite a sight to see.
mi-evergreen, and the cross is as follows: (Leslie Renee x Angels Gather Around). I really like the "whiskers" on the edge of the petals; this makes the flower unusual. I was asked if this is a common trait when the flower blooms. The answer is "yes,"; it is a common characteristic of the flower. I'm also including a second picture that shows the growing scape with its 4-way branching. This is a lovely daylily, but I only have 20 plants remaining, and the cost is $125.00.
Thanks so much to the Southern Michigan Daylily Society for inviting us to come and speak. We also thank Elaine Schultz for getting up so early on Saturday morning to drive us to the airport. We particularly thank Nikki Schmith who encouraged the Club to extend their invitation to us to come and visit.