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    Senior Member razz's Avatar
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    Our lilies are in full bloom and they are gorgeous. I picked up some trial lilies from a grower when they were tiny shoots. I have been waiting two years to see their first bloom and if they were different and gorgeous. I am really excited to see the ruffled edges, the contrasting colours and size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razz View Post
    Our lilies are in full bloom and they are gorgeous. I picked up some trial lilies from a grower when they were tiny shoots. I have been waiting two years to see their first bloom and if they were different and gorgeous. I am really excited to see the ruffled edges, the contrasting colours and size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razz View Post
    Our lilies are in full bloom and they are gorgeous. I picked up some trial lilies from a grower when they were tiny shoots. I have been waiting two years to see their first bloom and if they were different and gorgeous. I am really excited to see the ruffled edges, the contrasting colours and size.

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    those are pretty! They are daylilies, though.
    Hemerocallis, not Lillium.

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    Spirea - it's one of the first things to bloom in Spring. So pretty and delicate. It seems to be an old-fashioned plant to me - one your grandmother probably had.
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