so much that I took it out of its one gallon bucket, and put it into a 3-gallon bucket. It bloomed several more times, and then it bloomed as a double. I was so, so surprised, and so, so pleased. Then I wondered if it would bloom as a double with any frequency. The next day there was another double. Today, there was no double, but there was plenty of petlaoid material in the center of the bloom. Although I have converted TET. SUNGLASSES NEEDED, it is difficult to use because I only seldom get any pollen. The day before David came I took my last bloom of TET. SUNGLASSES NEEDED, and put it in the refrigerator. I showed it do David when he was here. I was so pleased with myself for having a "double" that could attract David's attention. Anyway, I have taken pollen from TET. SUNGLASSES NEEDED, and put it on four blooms of Seedling 2-455. I just hope and pray that pods form because I do not have any more pollen.
sausage and egg casseroles. Oh what a wonderful breakfast it was with the casseroles. I should also add that we had our joint breakfast in preparation for our Joint Daylily Show which will be on June 9 at the Galleria Mall. Our "Instructor" at our Daylily Breakfast was Jim Mullins. Jim is a tough competitor. He wins most everything at the Northwest Georgia Daylily Club, and here in Cobb County he is a difficult person to beat, especially with small flowers. Since Jim is so good at his work, it was most appropriate that he teach us some of what he knows. Also as a part of our Daylily Show we will also have a "Design Competition." The Instructor for this Class was Ms. Carin Guzy. This is also a very difficult competition. At our Joint Daylily Show everyone has to be ready for "stiff competition."
Must close for tonight.