The first is Gardening in Virginia A Daylily Blog, the blog of Julie Covington. Julie has so many daylilies that at peak bloom time, "liveheading" takes her 3 hours per evening, and yields 8 buckets of blooms. Now that's a lot of daylilies!
In reading Julie's blog, I came upon a lot of terminology I was unfamiliar with; that got me to search out the Daylily dictionary of the American Hemerocallis Society. You can find the dictionary here.
Here's something I learned about hemerocallis 'Julie Fassett', directly below. I learned that this daylily has an unusual form known as pinched crispate.
Another red: 'Whooperee'
Another pretty red: 'Happy Apple'
A few more hemerocallis below:
Name not known
'Perfect Pink Princess'
'Black Eyed Susan'
Quickly becoming a favorite!
Also seen in my early July garden:
ADDENDUM: Back to hemerocallis and Julie Covington's blog: There are two purple daylilies that are now on my wish list. They are 'Purple Crowned Fairy' and 'Precious Candy.' Here is the first post of Julie's that I read, the one I found through a Google search...enjoy her gorgeous daylilies!