We are still looking down from about 500 ft. altitude, seeing the gardens in the morning sun. At center is the Shade House, a wooden framework with a shade cloth roof. To the right of it is the equipment shed, with the white door I never got around to re-painting in brown.
The beds are mostly about 100 ft long by 20 to 30 ft. wide, holding up to 40 rows of plants -- all daylilies! The beds on this side of the Shade House are sales beds -- where we line out daylilies we intend to sell. The beds beyond the Shade House are seedling beds, where we plant and grow our new hybrids from seed.