Today, another post about our Sunday visit to Cutler Botanic Gardens in Binghamton, New York.
Cutler is famed locally for two things - its antique rose collection and its day lilies.
The day lilies have been blooming for several days now, and should be at peak in a few days.
The only problem is - there is no list of varieties. Some have tags with numbers. There was a container with brochures but no brochures. I get that - we've gotten a lot of rain recently, and printing brochures can get expensive. But I couldn't find a list online, either.
I would love to know what varieties these are (or might be). Do any of my readers have enough expertise for possible ID's? (I've also contacted Cutler on Facebook but I have no way of knowing if they interact with their fans.)
This lovely red lily with yellow throat is only known to me as "Daylily 264". I would love to know its name and details, but have no time to search the interwebs.
Three totally different day lilies. This is only a sample of the variety available in this type of flower. So easy to grow up here, too.
Want more? Also, check out this blog post from 2013.
What is your favorite flower?