Hello again North Dakota residents, and everyone else! We dug and divided one last time this season and found many lovely daylilies for you to take home to your garden. Below are photos from previous blooms of these beauties blooming in my garden. They are hardy to zone 4 and most likely zone 3. Northern hybridizers from Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota have produced most of the daylilies I grow in my garden, so you can be assured they are sturdy and can take our heat, abundant rain, lack of rain and ND winters.
BODEGA BAY – 28″ – 5.5 ” BLOOM Fragrant Tet, Pink Pearl polychrome with pronounced ruffled edge. Gorgeous
All American Chief. Red with yellow star throat. A star in the garden
Bubbly – Double Apricot self.
Cheese Weasel. 17″ with 3″ bloom. Mini. Adorable yellow with maroon brown eye, gold throat.
GETTING AIRBORNE. Crispate Cascade. 56 ” 10.5 bloom. Purple self green throat
King of the Ages Emmerich. One large, mature plant in huge pot. $ 20.00
Malachite Prism. 36″ bloom 4.5Striking lavender with purple eye zone above large green eye
My Yoke is Easy. Emmerich. Lavender with dark lavender eye and pale yellow edge above yellow to green throat. Excellent form. Fragrant 38″ with 5.5 bloom.
Storm Shelter – Karol Emmerich.
This is just a small sampling of what is available. Do come over Sunday, August 7 anytime between 3 and 7 pm. Susan and Erik Holland