Category Archives: Daylilies

Mary Reed Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis

Little Business Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis

Breathless Beauty Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis

Pretty Woman Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis

Double Dream Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis

Chicago Picotee Lace Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis

South Seas Daylily – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: This exceptional daylily is a tropical treat: Plush petals in tones of tangerine, coral and rose are tightly crimped on the edges, and combine to form luscious 5″ ruffled flowers with gleaming golden yellow throats and a delightful fragrance. Sturdy scapes grow 30″ tall, and multiple branches produce up to 35

Mauna Loa Daylily – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: It would be hard to beat this daylily variety for sheer color: Ruffled petals in glowing shades of gold, amber and orange swirl together in the 5″ blooms. The plants are vigorous, blooming dependably in the garden year after year, yet requiring minimal care. The bold color of Mauna Loa Daylily

Purple de Oro Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: This delightful award-winning dwarf grows only 20″ high, but its dramatic color makes a bold statement in the garden and in containers. Deep magenta-purple, trumpet-shaped flowers appear early in summer and are renewed daily for weeks, then bloom again later in the season. Thick, velvety petals are lightly ruffled, and recurve

Gentle Shepherd Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: Frilly petals of creamy white recurve to frame a center of lime green – a color combination that works well in any garden, with any other plants. A popular award-winner, Daylily ‘Gentle Shepherd’ produces fragrant blooms throughout mid-summer, refreshing the display daily with new 5″ blooms on straight 29″ stems. It

Little Bee Daylily – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: ‘Little Bee’ Daylily is a valuable miniature variety that reblooms – great for late color at the edge of the garden. Flowers are yellow and about 2″ in diameter. It’s difficult to think of a hardier plant. Their vigorous growth habit is not impeded by any insects or disease. While a

Vivacious Daylily – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: Sprightly in color and bloom habit! It blooms at midsummer producing flowers of a lively, luminous pink with lighter midribs and yellow throats. After the initial flush of flowers it continuous to rebloom. Blossoms are large, ranging from 5-1/2″ to 6″ across. 29″ tall. Planting zones 3 to 10.

Strawberry Candy Daylilies – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: A 1998 Stout Silver Medal winner! This ravishing daylily opens huge 4-1/2″ blooms of apricot pink, trimmed in red and with yellow throats that flush to a strawberry red. Petals are nicely recurved and tightly ruffled along the edges. Height 22-26″. Rebloomer.

Joan Senior Daylily – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: White daylilies are rare, and Joan Senior is one of the finest. Broad petals overlap to create 6 inch blossoms of very rounded form. Pure, glistening white with yellow centers, the flowers display beautifully above spears of green foliage. Blooms mid through late summer on 25 inch plants. Re-bloomer.

Siloam Plum Tree Daylily – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: Another one of the lovely cultivars created by Pauline Henry of Siloam Springs, Arkansas. She registered 490 daylilies before her death in 2000. Siloam Plum Tree is one of her best, a stunning daylily with huge 4″ blossoms that are plum red with a green throat surrounded by a deep purple

Pardon Me Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: This very polite daylily grows to an unassuming 18 inches high, that are tidy and attractive. It allows others to bloom first, and then it steals the show. The flowers are bright red with a yellow-green throat, sweetly fragrant, and plentiful. Plant in full sun or partial shade in beds, borders,

Eenie Fanfare Daylily – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: Extremely dwarf habit! It grows only 12″-18″ high, which makes it an ideal choice to pot for portable patio color; and boy is it colorful! It opens loads of 2″ blossoms of a rich plum red with fine white edges, pale ribs, and green throats. The flowers also have a light

Bumble Bee Daylily – 10 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: Vivid orange yellow flowers with a band of red around the throat. Bumble Bee is especially hardy and free blooming, producing a succession of flowers from early to mid summer. Plants grow 2 feet high and spread 1 1/2 feet. We ship #1 grade bareroot plants.

Happy Returns Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: This charming dwarf daylily blooms early, on compact 18″ plants and continues to flower for months. Blossoms are a soft pale yellow, and measure 3″ across. They’re very pretty, sweetly fragrant and mix easily with other colors. They are great in beds or as low borders. They can also be grown

George Caleb Bingham Daylily – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Description: George Caleb Bingham is unique in that it’s a rebloomer in zones 7-9. It has a nice compact form and lighter peach in the mid-rib.