We Ship Through October!
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It’s pretty simple: most of you can grow any of the daylilies we sell. If you live in an area with a sustained cold period like we do in East Tennessee, you can grow all the varieties. However, If you live in an area that doesn’t get freezing weather in the winter, dormant varieties won’t work for you; you need to choose evergreen or semi-evergreen varieties.
We normally include bonus plants equal to about 20% of your order. And these aren’t “leftover” plants, or “whatever we’ve got lying around.” These are the same huge, healthy plants we sell. Just leave the decision up to us— we’ll pick something we know you’ll love!
After the year we’ve all had, we’re trying to wring whatever joy we can find out of every day— even Tax Day*. So we put our thinking caps on and thought, “What is silly and fun and makes everyone happy?”.
That’s when it hit us: stickers! To make your day brighter, we are offering 13 stickers free with every order today through April 19!!!
Stick ’em on your water bottle, your cooler, your laptop (even your wheelbarrow!) or wherever else you could use a bit of cheery color.
*We know that Tax Day has officially been moved to May 17. Since today is traditionally Tax Day, though, we’re going for it.
You can request a specific date in the Order Notes box during checkout, and we will ship your plants as close to the time you request as possible.
We ship February — October.
Winter and Early Spring Orders:
We will send at the appropriate time for Spring planting in your area. See the chart below for approximate starting shipping dates by zone.
Late Spring and Summer Orders :
After shipping has started to your area, we will send as soon as possible, normally within one to two weeks.
PLEASE NOTE – We will do our best to ship as quickly as possible, but the plants are growing in the ground, not sitting on a shelf, so it takes some time to get them dug and ready to ship.
We will send as soon as possible, up until it is too late to plant in your area. Orders placed after that time will ship the following spring. See the chart below for last shipping date by zone.
Approximate Dates We Start Shipping by USDA Hardiness Zone:
Approximate Dates We Stop Shipping by USDA Hardiness Zone: