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Deep Beauty is a macro photography piece by Clare Bevan Photography.
The genus Hemerocallis is native to Asia. Since the early 1930s, hybridizers in the United States and England have made great improvements in daylilies. Originally, the only colors were yellow, orange, and fulvous red. Today, we have colors ranging from near-whites, pastels, yellows, oranges, pinks, vivid reds, crimson, purple, nearly true-blue, and fabulous blends. Many people are familiar with only the common yellow or orange daylilies which are often seen along roadsides. These daylilies are cultivated forms of the wild types of daylilies which have escaped and are growing as if they are wild. All the modern daylilies have been developed through a complicated history of hybridization among these and other wild types.
All photography in this gallery is the original work of Clare Bevan Photography. All rights reserved. Copyrighted to Clare Bevan Photography and as such is protected by International Law
April 14th, 2016
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