Hemerocallus fulva was one of my first garden experiments almost forty years ago. As is so often the case with both photography and gardening, the learning process never ends. After the first year or so of transplanting these from the wild to my beds at that time, I soon discovered that they multiplied exponentially via bulb formation underground. I ended up with Day-Lilly where I did not want them and too many where I did want them. These days I gather what I want for the studio and admire them someplace other than my beds.
"I appreciate the misunderstanding I have had with Nature over my perennial border. I think it is a flower garden; she thinks it is a meadow lacking grass, and tries to correct the error."