Daylily (Hemerocallis) pods are bursting with the new generation. According to Landspro.com, you should harvest them now, put into a ziploc bag with vermiculite and place in direct sunlight. In two weeks tiny green leaves will appear. When most are 4" tall, you transplant each seedling to its own pot. 'Sounds like a plan.
The daylilies of high summer have gone to the dogs:
We're programmed to read into things. Turning the original photo 90° counterclockwise, we were delighted to see two big-eyed doggy faces peering out at us. (Photo on right: © 2005 Trix Rosen)
*Blog title is taken from "In Time of Pestilence" by Thomas Nashe.