Photo Friday: Daylilies at Michigan State’s Beal Botanical Garden
They bloom in yellow, orange and red.
Bees buzz around, collecting their pollen.
And, some grow taller than me — standing above 5-foot-3.
They are the Daylilies at the W.J. Beal Botanical Garden, a five-acre public garden on Michigan State University’s East Lansing, Mich., campus. The garden is free and open to passersby. I visited Wednesday afternoon with my mom and captured these photos as I strolled by full flower beds of Daylilies.