Aerial view of the Gardens in the Morning Sun

We are looking down from about 500 ft. altitude, seeing the gardens against the morning sun. At the top is our home, almost hidden in its own shadow. At center is the Shade House, a wooden framework with a shade cloth roof. To the left of it is the equipment shed.

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The beds are mostly about 100 ft long by 20 to 30 ft. wide, holding up to 40 rows of plants -- all daylilies!

The very bright rectangles in the central area are reflections of the morning sun off landscaping cloth which we use to help control weeds. The dimmer reflections at center left are off the shade cloth forming the roof of the Shade House.

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