I'm starting to think I have some type of daylilly crush. I picked up a couple of more.
Ok, the main reason I picked these up is a) we have no plants and this is a gardening blog and b) the red one on the right is called Red Rum. Redrum!!!! Really, how was I going to let that one pass.
All axes will be kept far away from the far side of the yard...for obvious reasons.
Now, I took a picture of them in the pots to point something out.
Each pack came with two plants and, honestly, I don't remember which is which, so we'll say the one's in the back are the Red Rum's. Yes, there are five, that's for later, stick with me. I have previously planted some day lillies, but as you can see if you care to look back, there is no green sticking out the top. The previous daylillies (yes, I've spelled it differently 4 times now, get over it, as I'll probably spell it differently going forward) did not have green stuff sticking out. They were on sale for $1, I think, and there was no green as it was late in the season. So, I just shoved the whole thing in the pot, thinking it was like a bulb. It's not like a bulb. It's like a day LiLLy (now, I'm just messin' with you). The fifth plant in the picture above is the lone survivor from the one's I planted previously. I know it's small, that's because we have f-ing rabbits who continuously eat it to the ground.
I've now put all five up on a table until they get large enough to where the rabbits won't seem to want to eat them. I've found they tend to stay away from the larger plants. Then, into the garden they'll go. Look at me go...gardening.