Wednesday Vignette: A rare sight in deer country

For a garden in deer country, this is a rare sight. Today, we enjoyed this little vignette of all the lilies I grow, with some new Brodiaea ('Queen Fabiola') and an old Clematis that will not quit, no matter what I do to it. The latter sprawls on the ground amid ground covers, where it's actually a little safer than up on a support and in the 18"-high munch zone.

 Left to right, Brodiaea 'Queen Fabiola,' orange and yellow Asiatic Lilies, and an old mauve Clematis - our yard, June 13, 2018.

Left to right, Brodiaea 'Queen Fabiola,' orange and yellow Asiatic Lilies, and an old mauve Clematis - our yard, June 13, 2018.

Even if this little combination lasts only a day (until the nighttime marauders visit and eat them), it was worth it.

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