I did get out with my camera and take some photos of the nameless daylilies that are blooming now.
This little yellow one I'm pretty sure is a Stella d'Oro - it's quite small compared to the others, only about 8 inches tall and hasn't spread as as wide as the others (which need digging up and dividing)
This lovely peach colored one is the biggest, having a spread of about three feet. It badly needs to be divided if I can ever get up the energy to do that much digging!
Here's another deep red one with a yellow throat, but the petals are a different shape to the one above, so it's not the same variety.
At one time, long ago, I had the names noted down as to what was growing where, but unfortunately over the years, that information has gone missing. So these will always be nameless for me.
I still like them, whether or not they have a name :-)
Words and photographs by Jayne Wilson, Green and Serene, Jayne's Country Garden.