Hello Daylily Friends,
s that they both have plenty of teeth that are very noticeable. Just fine teeth. I want to "stack the genes" for teeth for several generations so that when I ultimately use one of my seedlings with teeth, that I will easily transmit teeth to practically any new seedling. Of course, I do not know the ultimate height, branching or bud count on these seedlings because they have bloomed in only 8 months, a very short time. These seedlings will be planted outside sometime around June, they will go through a winter, and then next year I will know the final numbers on height, buds and branching.
to bite me. I put him in the bed of my truck just behind a bale of pine straw. Later, I put him out in my daylily garden. I'm hoping that he will help me control bugs and slugs in the garden. Then, Diana found the smallest little turtle on the boundary of our property. I don't know what type of turtle that he is, but we also put him into the daylily garden so that he can also help control bugs and slugs. I'm a firm believer in having as many turtles in the garden as I can to particularly help keep the slugs under control.
We are really looking forward to this coming Sunday. Little Lily Rae is going to be "Christened" by Pastor Matthews in our Church. What a wonderful day it will be. After Church we are all going out for Brunch together, and just enjoy this wonderful time. I'll let you know what happens.
More news soon.