Three varieties have opened their flowers in the past two days. This pale yellow with maroon markings is the tallest.
This one the shortest at barely one foot. Unfortunately, something, and I would probably be right to say slugs, is partial to the pigment on this one and has stripped the color from the surface of the flowers.
This salmon pink one is loaded with buds. All these day lilies were a gift from a colleague of Ds. It is their hobby to hybridize daylilies and just after we moved into the house they invited us down to see the little ranch where they grow their daylilies. I was to leave there with quite a selection and with names of each. Alas, the tags are long gone and the only one I remember is Tiny Pumpkin which is in the front garden and yet to flower. I haven't moved them since they were put in but they have not become overcrowded, probably because they are in rather lean soil.