- The centermost inner section of a daylily bloom where the pistil and stamens join to the back of the bloom.
- Deep ‘in’ the flower is usually seen at least one different color, which sometimes greatly enhances the overall effect of a flower’s bloom. An example would be a deep green throat on a red daylily, which enhances the ‘redness’ seen by a our eyes.
- The part of the bloom where the frogs, ants, earwigs and spiders hang out when you’re photographing the flower.
Photos by Michael Brown, used with permission. Cultivar: ‘Evening Enchantment (Stamile ’95)