|Daylily and Hosta Gardens - About Us
|GO HEELS !!!
We first opened our garden to visitors in 1998 after collecting
Daylilies and Hostas for over 15 years. We now grow and sell
over 900 different AHS registered varieties and have about 30,000
plants. Don't they say that one is too many and one thousand is
not enough? With daylily and hosta collections, that is definitely
the case. We are hosta-holics and hem-nuts.
Daylilies start blooming the middle of May and peak in mid June,
with some still blooming into fall. We dig all Daylily plants fresh
from the garden as you select them. You get the best plant we
have available. Lots of Daylily varieties are $6.00 for a large
blooming-size double fan and we have some more recent
introductions that are a little higher priced. A few varieties are in
limited supply and only have a single fan available. These
cultivars are marked with SF on the website. Cultivars marked
"Display Only" are not available for sale this year. All daylilies
are shipped bare root.
Most Hostas are grown in one gallon or 8" containers.
Larger varieties in 8"pots have huge 1-2 eyes, while smaller
varieties have multiple eyes. These are not 3-4 inch pots or
liners. Sorry but we no longer ship hosta plants because some
leaves are just too large to fit in a box. Garden sales will continue.
We also ship plants to most states except HI and AK. Our
nursery is state inspected and certified by the South Carolina
Department of Plant Industry. All plants are guaranteed healthy
and true to name. Sorry no international shipments at this time.
We are members of both the American Hemerocallis Society and
American Hosta Society. Please visit us in the spring. The
garden is open only on weekends April through June.
|Our garden is state inspected
and certified by
South Carolina Department Of Plant
Industry at Clemson University.
All plants are guaranteed
healthy and true to name.
|© Copyright Daylily and Hosta Gardens in Simpsonville, SC.
All Rights Reserved.
All photos of Daylilies have been taken by Cynthia Gibson.
|Greenville News Article
by Marian St. Clair