Less Words - More Photos
Below is a slideshow of a few daylilies that have been added for sale on the Rita Bees website.
Watch the slideshow and if you see anything you like, click here on the DAYLILIES - NEW ADDITIONS page for more info on description, pricing, etc. All are available for shipment now.
Allow me one more word, though.
Thank all of you from the bottom of my heart for making Rita Bees a growing small business.
Let the slideshow begin !
Covid-19 aka Corona virus has impacted nearly everything but not daylilies! It's the beginning of April and here at Rita Bees gardens, daylilies started popping out of the ground a month ago. Now that the temps are warming and the sun is shining, they are getting ready to go gangbusters. As we say in the South, "Bless their little hearts!"
Afraid that the Covid-19 situation might affect the US Post Office's ability to deliver 2-day priority shipments on time, Rita Bees began shipping quite a few orders to FL, GA, AL and even WA state in two weeks ahead of the planned April 1st ship date. To get that done, we often dodged raindrops and wondered when the sun would show its face.
Our fears were unfounded! Feedback from customers is that all daylily shipments were received on time and in great condition!
From Pearland, TX: "Rita, I just got my order. They look like you dug them this morning!!!! And I am delighted with Two to Tango! Thank you so much. I’m sure this won’t be my last order. Take care and stay safe."
From West Columbia, TX: "I received your shipment this afternoon. So the USPS really did come thru with 2 day shipping."
So, it's time to give the USPS a pat on the back for coming through, not just for daylilies, but for all the other very important things they transport and deliver on time.
THANK YOU, US POSTAL SERVICE! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
YOU'RE A HUGE PART OF KEEPING BUSINESSES OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
And THANK YOU, RITA BEES CUSTOMERS. You're the REASON we're open for business.
Please, stay safe and healthy.
Rita Bee is simply in awe of what she sees when she stops long enough to smell the flowers and observe what lands on them.