We occasionally sell some of our flowers to people who visit our gardens. At this point, we do not ship.

When we have daylily varieties available for sale they will be listed below. Prices will be determined by the going prices in the current Eureka price guide. We will charge less than the cheapest price in the guide, and some of our flowers will go for as little as $3.00 per double fan. We will also pot for an additional $1.00 fee.

In 2009, we chose to share our plants with family and friends in order to expedite the removal of plants we no longer wished to keep. For that reason we have very little left for sale. At this time we have some 2006 seedlings available for $5 per plant, regardless of the number of fans. Many of these varieties are very cool unusual forms and spiders...most with excellent 'bloodlines'.


NOTE!! FOR THE FIRST YEAR WE WILL BE SELLING SOME OF OUR EXCESS DAYLILY SEEDS AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. WANT TO START FROM SCRATCH? LIKE TO GAMBLE? WE WILL BE HARVESTING SEEDS IN THE FALL AND WILL MAKE OUR CHOICES BEFORE PLANTING TIME. CONTACT US SEPT-NOV TO SEE WHAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE.



Contact us at alpha1@cinci.rr.com
Another darn disclaimer!!

Daylily seedlings do not always look consistantly the same until they have bloomed for three years. Sometimes longer. If you can manage to talk us out of a seedling that is younger than three years, bear in mind....they may change drastically later. Most hybridizers sell their seedlings for $15 each, and we have taken a chance on many from local breeders. Some have become even more beautiful than when we bought them, some stayed the same, some didn't look as good after a couple of years.There are some that were such a disappointment that they left us the following year after we bought them. It's a crap shoot. If you are a bit of a gambler, this is a CHEAP chance to be the exclusive owner of a daylily that no one else will have unless YOU decide to share it. You may get one of those lilies that goes from ordinary to a knock-out because we have to make room for the next year's 'babies'. Each year one seedling bed must be completely cleaned out by August, so watch this space. There will be a lot that will have to go simply because we don't have the room to keep all the pretty ones. We have to be brutal, and use a minimalist approach...hard as it may be. Any daylily that we feel is not a quality seedling will become compost.

We will be offering selected seedlings from our own breeding program each year.

2008 was the first year that we had to dig up an entire seedling bed to make room for new babies. Many very nice 2005 seedlings had to go. We try to choose the best from each year to keep, and all the rest become available.

In 2009, the 2006 seedlings fell victim to the red pencil, and next year the 2007 'babies' will meet the same fate. I will try to get pictures of as many of them as possible posted soon after they bloom. Be sure to visit this page in July of 2010.
A sampling of the 2006 seedlings that may still be available. Most of what are in the pictures below will be on the chopping block. Bear in mind, if they have stopped blooming it may be difficult to FIND them, but we have a 'map'....we'll do our best!