Friday, February 3, 2017

Go Red

Hemerocallis " Chicago Apache"
Today is the official GO RED day focusing on the prevention of heart disease in women.  I'm wearing red on this blog:

Hemerocallis "Bryan Paul"
Hemerocallis "Case of the Reds"

Hemerocallis "Carmine Monarch" 
Hemerocallis "Chicago Ruby"
Hemerocallis "Crimson Pirate"
Hemerocallis "Crimson Shadows"
Hemerocallis "Ed Murray"
Hemerocallis "Feast of the Mau Mau"
Hemerocallis "Flaming Sword"
Hemerocallis "Fly Catcher"

Hemerocallis "Hoosier Hopes"
Hemerocallis "Klehm's Red Ribbons"
Hemerocallis "Night Embers"
Hemerocallis "Oriental Ruby"

Hemerocallis "Over There"

Hemerocallis "Red Volunteer"

Hemerocallis "Rosie Meyer"
Hemerocallis "Superlative"
All of these daylilies are beautiful and red.  They are all different in some way - shade of color, markings, size and personality.  Just like women!  

Know the warning signs of heart attack - some are a bit different for women.  Go to the ER or call 911 if you think you might be suffering from a heart attack.  Better a needless trip than going too late to help.  

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