I'm sad that our local daylily growers went out of business last year, and by the time Larry and I got to their dig your own sale, an hour after it had started, they had very little left. Most of what was, was not labeled, or was just labeled with a number. The first one shown here is one we dug up to bring home. The others were from the man who was having a used book store in a house that was about to be torn down. He let me dig some iris and daylilies for a donation, because he couldn't sell them to me, as he used to be registered to sell them.
Hello Yellow Butterfly Milkweed, daylilies that were my mother-in-laws growing in some grass, blanket flower, and Helen's flower, which is blooming earlier than usual:
Lead plant, Harvest Moon coneflower, Coreopsis 'Zagreb', wild petunia, allium of some kind, I think native, Magnus coneflower, and a ruffly aisy I got at Menards last year. I remember pointing out to a lady we should buy one that has blooms not open yet, rather than one that has a lot of deadheads, so the plant can grow some, and we will get to enjoy the flowers longer. She did a good job picking one out.
Enjoy your weekend!