Hello Daylily Friends,
matter what I might try. I am having scapes growing on several plants, such as on my Seedlng 1-300. Normally I would remove these scapes, but I've decided to let them grow, and try to use BAP on them, to hopefully increase my total number of fans. There was even a yellow daylily, BY THE GOLDEN RULE, that bloomed this morning. I am going to try to get it converted, but I will have to grow it for a while before I can make the attempt.
have treated is SEBASTIAN THE CRAB. It seems so "stiff" such that I'm encouraged that I'm making progress. I even see new roots forming at the base of the fan. I can add that shortly after the first of the year I'm going to begin to monitor and comment in a hybridizing column on the AHS Members portal. A part of this work will include giving much more insight into conversion work. The more members there are who can do this work, the better it will be for the AHS.
er. It has been as pleasant as you might want, like as in South Georgia on the coast. Camellia's have glossy foilage, and flowers that look like elegant roses. The plant just produces and produces and produces truly beautiful flowers. I'm showing two pictures.
get out of control because it would be so close to my Greenhouse. Once the fire started I had to stay close by all day, and into the evening I also stayed close. The experience reminded me of when I was a Boy Scout. Sitting by the fire with my Scouting friends and talking about things that boys talk about. A controlled fire of burning embers is a good place to relax.
Hope that you've also had a good week.