I know I'll get hammered by daylily 'afficionados' for choosing the 'H. Wild One' cultivar as my favorite. Because it was registered soooo long ago, is soooo reminiscent of ditch lily colors and is soooo Plain Jane compared to other cultivars. But . . . I can soooo identify with her for all the soooo reasons given above.
With this post, I'm launching the Rita Bees website as well as this blog.
I will try my best to educate, amuse and confuse Readers with the thoughts and exploits of an older lady as she wanders through her gardens and beehives.
As I write this it's dark outside. Not much to say about that. Yesterday, though, I got kinda excited as I looked at the daylilies starting to come into their own, the out-of-place fig tree buds, blueberry flowers that escaped the freeze. I realized that, as always, spring comes every year and it's here now! Finally!
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.