Aerial view of the Gardens in the Morning Sun
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. Above it in the picture is a large clump of trees, under which my new shade garden is being constructed. In the upper left hand corner of the picture is our Lath House, where the potted plants from the greenhouses spend their summers.
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 to the left side of the Shade House are sales beds -- where we line out daylilies we intend to sell. The beds on the right side of the Shade House are seedling beds, where we plant and grow our new hybrids from seed.
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