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“When country people talk about "tiger lilies", they're usually talking about tawny daylilies, Hemerocallis fulva.”
“The other dark flowered daylilies in this bed are Bela Lugosi, Black Prince, Night Beacon, Chicago Regal, Soot Storm and the tall double H. fulva flore pleno/kwanso, must count the petals, which keeps returning even though it has been dug out many times.”
“I like the old H. fulva too and grow some in a difficult area where little thrives.”
“However, there are many medium sized mammals including red fox Vulpes fulva, grey fox Urocyon cinereoargenteus, racoon Procyon lotor, opossum Didelphis marsupialis, woodchuck Marmota monax and bobcat Lynx rufus.”
“The avifauna includes golden eagle Aquila chrysaetos, bald eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus, scaled quail Callipepla squamata, Mexican spotted owl Strix occidentalis lucida, great horned owl Bubo virginianus, roadrunner Geococcyx californina, loggerhead shrike Lanius ludovicianus, and cave swallow Hirundo fulva of which the Cavern Natural Entrance has the largest colony in the northern hemisphere which breeds there in the summer.”
“The forested areas are dominated by tree species such as Bursera copallifera, B. palmeri, B. bipinnata, Ipomoea intrapilosa, I. Murucoides, Ceiba aesculifolia, Euphorbia fulva, Leucaena glauca, and Lysiloma divaricata.”
“Other common tree species include Polyscias fulva, Apodytes dimidiata, Pittosporum viridiflorum, Syzygium guineense afromontanum, Halleria lucida, Olea spp., and Ibex mitis.”
“Shown above is the roadside daylily, hemerocallis fulva, in the midst of feather reed grass, calamagrostis ‘Karl Foerester’.”
“To make Hemerocallis fulva looked installed rathet than invasive, simply accent the drifts with drifts of the YELLOW daylily Hemerocallis 'Hyperion.”
“The Green Man loves the native American daylily, Hermerocallis fulva, for many reasons.”
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