There are so many different cultivars of daylilies, like thousands, and they range in price from a couple of dollars into the hundreds for a few fans. I’ve salivated over the expensive ones, but I just can’t justify spending so much on one plant, especially when you might only get one little fan. I think the most I’ve spent is around $30 – $40 and even though it was for a pretty good sized clump, that’s still a lot of cash to plunk down for one plant. I’ve purchased some of my daylilies at local nurseries, but most online. My favorite online sources are Smokey’s Gardens and Oakes Daylilies. No affiliate links here, I just love their daylilies.
It’s definitely Daylily Season at Gingham Gardens and in case you missed my post last week on daylilies, just click here. Also check out the post, Tips for Growing Daylilies, for some more beautiful pictures of my daylilies and some awesome tips for caring for your daylilies. Now on with the show.
This one is Warrior’s Spear. It took a few years for this one to start blooming and I almost gave up on it, but once it started there were tons of blooms.
I’ve only had Moonlight Madness about 3 or 4 years and I never really felt like she thrived, but oh my, her blooms were so pretty. She is one of the few daylilies that made the move (you can read about that here) and bloomed for me this year.
Siloam June Bug has the cutest little flowers and a very prolific bloomer.
Here’s Pure and Simple. I love this daylily, so pretty and she just blooms and blooms- definitely one of my favorites.
This is Indian Giver – a really pretty purple colored daylily with tons of flowers.
Jolyene Nichole is another daylily that’s easy to find at gardening centers and so beautiful too.
I love the colors in Lavender Rainbow. Depending on the light, sometimes the petals look white and sometimes they have a yellowish hue.
Apricot Sparkles is another daylily that has fairly small flowers, but each plant has tons of them. The flowers really do sparkle depending on the sunlight.
Just a few more. Here’s Red Peacemaker – definitely a stunner.
This one is Strawberry Candy. Another popular daylily that’s readily available at garden centers.
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