Bushels of blooms from spring to fall Daylilies are named for the beautiful flowers they produce that last for only one day. Even though ‘Pardon Me’ Daylily flowers last only one day, it blooms new flowers almost EVERY DAY all season long! Once these diminutive but feisty plants are established in your garden, you will have fresh flowers constantly.The sparkling 3” cranberry-wine flowers with chartreuse green throats are eye-catching across the garden and command attention in the front of a sunny border. They make excellent bedding plants and good cut flowers.It is a class of daylilies called ‘reblooming’ that assures you will have color from mid-summer through to fall. Even when not in bloom the strappy, grass-like clumps of leaves look striking in the garden.Super easy to care for, you can really ‘plant-‘em-and-forget-‘em’. At least until you need to divide them up and share the wealth because they’ve grown so much.Pardon Me Daylily is a great perennial plant that will give you an excellent show all season – reblooming again and again. Don’t miss out on this lovely daylily in our own garden.* Fragrant 3″ Cranberry Wine Flowers* Reblooms* Lightly scented.
Huge 9″ Deep Red FlowersHemerocallis Ruby Spider, Hemerocallis ‘Ruby Spider’, is one daylily you just have to have in your garden! It will be a show stopper with immense 9″ flowers that are pure, saturated deep red with a golden yellow throat and mid ribs.Being a truly extraordinary form of daylily, its large petals are long and spoon-shaped. Use ‘Ruby Spider’ as a marvelous specimen plant, or it can make a grand statement when planted in masses.’Ruby Spider’ is a dormant tetraploid which means its foliage dies back in winter.This is an important consideration for northern gardeners since ‘Ruby Spider’ is a great choice for the far north!Individual flowers last only one day, but since each plant produces many buds, the total blooming time of a well-established clump may last more than a month. Use this daylily for color in shrub borders and in perennial beds.Once established, the daylily can be an excellent groundcover on slopes because it has roots that hold soil against erosion. Divide every 3-5 years, or when the number of flower buds and the size of bloom begin to decline. It also attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.’Ruby Spider’ makes a beautiful floral arrangement, and is a terrific plant that any gardener can claim as “marvelous”!* Huge 9″ Deep Red Spider Type Blooms* Cold Hardy* Attracts Butterflies .
A Re-blooming Purple Powerhouse! Every garden needs a few Little Grapette Daylilies (Hemerocallis Little Grapette) in the border. This traditional daylily has been a staple for many years. Its dark lavender/deep purple petals with a chartreuse throat are easy to pick out, even from a distance. Just because this plant is small in stature doesn’t mean that it doesn’t command attention in the landscape.Plant the Little Graphette Daylily in the front of the sunny border with like-minded companions such as Hemerocallis Happy Returns or Geranium Rozanne and stand back for the explosive flower show.This plant is so easy to grow. Little Grapette Daylily isn’t a diva – just give it a sunny spot and well-drained soil and you will be rewarded with showy purple blooms all season. (Some people even report them to be the most fragrant daylilies they have ever planted.) The foliage is grass-like and lovely on its own. It is semi-evergreen in mild-winter areas.The purple flowers will excel in your borders, beds and containers so don’t be shy when you’re ordering. Trust us, you will order more next year. * Many fragrant lavender/purple flowers once established * Re-bloomer * Very easy care.
Rich Velvelty Red and RuffledThe Chicago Apache Daylily, Hemerocallis ‘Chicago Apache’, is a deep, rich velvet red, with a tiny yellow-green heart and petal edges that ruffle nicely.’Chicago Apache’ is one of our longest bloomers. It was selected for its abundance of blossoms, vibrant colors, and hardiness in a variety of climates and soils.This ourstanding daylily is carefree, pest resistant and free of daylily rust disease. It will even grow under Black Walnut trees and is cold, heat, drought, salt, and pollution tolerant. It attracts butterflies and resists rabbits and deer.’Chicago Apache’ Daylily is a heavy feeder and likes a high nitrogen fertilizer. It is best to use a slow release fertilizer in the early spring when new growth first appears. Flower stems can be removed after blooming to encourage additional blooms. Vegetation can be cleaned up and discarded in late fall or early spring. It can be divided at any time of year and division is usually needed every 3-4 years for best performance.* Rich Velvety Red Blooms with Green Heart* Ruffled Edges* Blooms all Summer.
Vibrant Long Lasting ColorThe Hemerocallis ‘Entrapment’, also known as a Daylily, has ruffled deep blue-purple petals and a yellow throat surrounded by paler purple sepals. Rebloomer; tetraploid. Produces flowers 5″ across and is semi-evergreen. A mid-season bloomer, it is carefree and colorful. These daylilies have been developed for their vibrant long-lasting color. They provide an amazing number of beautiful blooms on tall stems. Daylilies are the perfect perennial. Each plant sends up many flower stems, and each stem bears 12 or more buds. Bloom is lavish and continues for several weeks or more on each plant. Trouble-free, maintenance-free, they tolerate most soils and conditions if they get at least 6 hours of sun.Use ‘Entrapment’ in a perennial border, in front of shrubbery, as an edging along a walk or wall, and in your bulb beds, where they hide the ripening foliage of tulips and daffodils. They need dividing only every 10-15 years. Plants 18-24″ apart. Although the blooms will last only for one day, there are many blooms on strong stems that rise above tall grassy foliage, (remove in late fall).* Maintenance free* prefers minimum 6 hours of sun* Greast as a perennial border .
Huge 6″ Purple BloomsHemerocallis Nosferatu, Hemerocallis ‘Nosferatu’, shows off its huge, broad triangle-shaped petals! It has fragrant 6″ flowers that have a shiny dark purple color with a bright green eye. These ruffled blossoms prove to hold their color in the sun and have more prominent veining in their purple petals.‘Nosferatu’ blooms mid season, has a very high bud count, is an easy to grow variety, and will stand up to even the harshest of conditions. This daylily is a semi evergreen tetraploid. Individual flowers last only one day, but since each plant produces many buds, the total blooming time of a well-established clump may last more than a month.Use ‘Nosferatu’ daylily for color in shrub borders and in perennial beds. Once established, the daylily can be an excellent groundcover on slopes because it has roots that hold soil against erosion. Divide every 3-5 years, or when the number of flower buds and the size of bloom begin to decline. Plant daylilies in sites that provide well-drained soil and plenty of sun.The ‘Nosferatu’ daylily can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone). * Huge 6″ Ruffled Dark Purple Blooms* Contrasting Lime Green Throat* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds.
Award-winning lavender blue like no other!A gardener once said, “A garden will never win it, without a daylily in it!”Ok. We said that. But we said it because it’s true! Daylilies are one of the most carefree, easygoing, consistently beautiful flowers you can grow. Feel like you have a brown thumb? Try a few daylilies and you’ll look like a pro!Especially if you try Lavender Blue Baby. This rich lavender flower won the 2007 Stout Silver Medal Winner. The Stout is the American Hemerocallis Society’s highest award and is only attained after years of flower trials.Lavender Blue Baby is a fabulous lavender flower with a vivid lavender blue watermark eye and a chartreuse-green throat. The color is so unique you won’t find it on many other flowers and definitely not on another daylily. You’ll never get this beauty confused with another!This well-branched daylily has a high bud count and is garden hardy. If you like to try home-hybridizing, this is a great parent plant to work with.This is a beautiful plant with a hot color combo that is sure to make you happy, but only if you order some from us today!* Unique lavender blue flowers* Healthy fans* Easy and carefree.
Pink, Red, and RufflesThe Hemerocallis ‘Strawberry Candy’, also known as a Daylily, has a wonderful color of a strawberry-pink blend with a rosy-red eye zone, a golden green throat, and ruffled edges.It has a flower size of 4.5”, and its dark green foliage will reach a height of 26” and a plant spread of 12-24”. It won the Stout Silver Medal in 1998, the Award of Merit in 1996 and Honorable Mention in 1993; one can see why!‘Strawberry Candy’ will bloom from May through July, with outstanding color and is a definite rebloomer. ‘Strawberry Candy’ prefers a full sun area that is well-drained. Although the blooms will last only for one day, there are many blooms on strong stems that rise above tall grassy foliage. Remove dead foliage in late fall.Use ‘Strawberry Candy’ for cut flowers, massing, edging, in borders or in mixed containers and tubs. Planted together in large numbers, they quickly crowd out weeds and make a carefree and colorful ground cover.Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot. This includes city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).‘Strawberry Candy’ is one of the best daylilies you can have in your garden!*Large 4.5″ Pink Petals with Red Eyes*Bloom Early Summer*Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds*Deer & Pest Resistant *Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds .
A miniature version of America’s favorite daylily! Stella de Oro is the bestselling daylily in America. It works hard and makes a gardener look good without any fuss. So, when we heard that there was a miniature version of this beloved plant we knew that we needed to have it so we could offer it to you!Mini Stella has the same sunny yellow trumpet-shaped flowers, the same spring-green grassy leaves, the same months upon months of hot color in your garden – but at half the size! The flowers are only 1 inch and the plant gets less than a foot high and 2 feet wide, but the flower power is amazing. The flushes of daylilies start in the spring and then repeat all summer and into the fall. The blooms are lavish and continues for several weeks or more on each plant.Mini Stella is a phenomenal container plant. Use them in a perennial border, in front of shrubbery, as an edging along a walk or wall, and in your bulb beds, where they hide the aging foliage of tulips and daffodils.Trouble-free and maintenance-free, they tolerate most soils and conditions if they get at least 6 hours of sun. They need dividing only every 10-15 years compared to full-sized daylilies that may need to be divided every year.Don’t hesitate to order several of these mini beauties today! We know that they will be as prized in your garden as they are in ours.* Same great qualities as Stella de Oro, but in a smaller package * Trouble-free and maintenance-free * Less than a foot tall!.
Everything’s Rosy All SummerThe Daylily Rosy Returns, Hemerocallis ‘Rosy Returns’ (Apps, ’99,PP9779), is a dwarf variety that has large 4 inch bright rose-colored flowers with a dark pink eye and yellow throat on green foliage.’Rosy Returns’ will bloom from June until frost and may be hardy all the way to zone 2. It can survive harsh conditions that many other plants cannot and prefers full sun for the best performance.Daylilies are some of the easiest plants to grow and are a good choice for any gardener. Use ‘Rosy Returns’ for mass plantings, edging, in borders or in mixed containers and tubs.Daylilies are rugged, adaptable, vigorous perennials that endure in a garden for many years with little or no care. ‘Rosy Returns’ adapts to a wide range of soil and light conditions. It establishes quickly, grows vigorously, and survives winters with little or no injury.This charming and clumping plant is a beautiful daylily that is short, but has the perfect size of flowers for its height!* 4″ Rose Colored Flowers* Blooms Summer Through Fall* Compact Hardy Plant.