This is the Spiritual Corridor daylily. I bought it a few years ago from Breck’s. I buy plants through catalogs quite a bit. Especially in the winter when it’s so bleak outside, I enjoy looking through my plant catalogs and finding new flowers I want to try, and combinations that I think would be nice.
Here it is again, just so you can see more of it. I really liked the frilly edges and chartreuse throat. I planted it in an area that has other pinks, lavenders, and white. The area is still maturing so I’m still waiting to see how the plants work together. Beautiful, isn’t it? Do you have favorite daylilies that you recommend? What would you plant next to it?
Michelle, That is a pretty daylily. What would I plant next to it ? I do not have a daylily problem. 🙂 So I would plant another daylily next to it. Actually I have daylilies all over my garden. And just a few other plants to balance things out. I seldom
worry about colors clashing. And only sometimes worry about planting taller things in back of shorter plants. There are all kinds of daylilies out there, many more than the very nice selections Brecks has listed. Who knows what you will find that looks good next to Spiritual Corridor? There are lots of people who hybridize new daylilies. And while the newer ones might give you a case of sticker shock it is a lot of fun to look and there are lots of not quite so new ones that might interest you and are not so hard on the wallet. There might even be a daylily grower near you to visit. There is nothing quite like it when they are all in full bloom. I see you have a couple of other daylilies. I am glad you enjoy them. And I hope you find something to plant next to Spiritual Corridor. Even if it is not a daylily. Did I mention I don’t have a daylily problem ? ! ? !
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