Some of my new daylilies for you to see

catjac1975

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Hey Cat! how do I get on your selection list for a few lillies you may have for sale this year? Do you have a site I’m not finding readily?
I have website but , my husband has been lax getting it back up and running. You can friend me on CEO TomCat Daylily Farm and see some of my plants. I tend to post may most exotic cultivars, so they will be pricier . If you tell me what you might want I can make some selections. My prices start at $40.00 a clump. If this seems expensive to your keep in mind I sell only large multi fanned plants. Shipping is around 20 for 2-3 plants. I will see if it is more to go to the other side of the world . What zone are you in?
 

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I had a few stunning daylily seedlings last summer that bloomed when the seedlings were quite small. I was worried they might not be sturdy enough to make it through a tough winter so for the first time I brought a few in for the winter. I did not even think about the prospect of them blooming in January. These buds have been torturing me with promise for a couple of weeks now. The bloom was supposed to be purple and the bud was looking quite yellow on the outside. Making me wait in anticipation. But, I see a little strip of pink or purple.
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It is the year of the daylily. We are on the downward side of peaking, but I have more blooms than ever before. My one year old seedlings have bloomed. It used to take me 2-4 years to get a first bloom. Hope you enjoy!

That was just dazzling... i hope we can plant some of those here to... im envy of you.. 😉😉😉
 

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