Daylilies are popping up throughout the Garden, but if you want to see them you have to act quick! As Garden volunteer Georgiann Keller points out, daylilies are not true lilies and, true to its name, its blooms only last about a day before a new bloom pops up. But if you miss these beautiful flowers, don’t worry, there are plenty of other new blooms here at the Garden for you to enjoy. Find out just which ones are worth seeking out in Keller’s latest audio guide below.
Photos from the Garden
Daylily in Volunteer Garden
White crepe myrtles in the Rose Garden
Red flowered and coastal buckwheat
Crinum lily in the Amaryllis family
Pink lily in the Amaryllis family
The Garden has remained open to serve the community by being a place to encourage wellness and health through nature and open space. Please help keep us open by considering a gift to the Garden. You can do so here.