Published July 1, 1999
by Timber Press, Incorporated .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
The Illustrated Guide to Growing Daylilies is a great book for someone just beginning to discover gardening as well as for the more seasoned gardener. The gardening information is current and is presented in an interesting and readable format. Daylilies featured are proven selection for either a daylily display garden or a perennial garden/5(12). The new Landscaping With Daylilies book is fabulous and the BEST book available for a real look at daylilies from a garden perspective. Loaded with color images and the chapters on various areas of the country, Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Pacific etc., are wonderfully written. AND it is on sale from AHS until the end of this year. Whether you want to be a daylily garden judge, a daylily hybridizer, have a daylily sales garden, or just want to know what to look for if you are selecting daylilies for your personal garden, this is the best guide I know of for evaluating the plants when they are in their natural state/5(6). Welcome to Favorite Things Daylily Garden. The gardens are open to visitors from end of May until the first of July, Friday and Saturday from a until p and other times by appointment only. Peak bloom is usually between the 10th and 15th of June.
Children's book: My Grandparents' Daylilies; Garden Images; Grandchildren in the garden; Large, Mostly Patterned, Diploid Seedlings (Evaluation bed) Tetraploid seedlings; Pages. Ordering; Shovel Garden Daylilies; Registrations. All Registrations; All Registrations - Gallery; Order Form. Landscaping with Daylilies This book is a "must have" for gardeners and garden designers. There is a wealth of information, beautiful photography to inspire your creativity! Author, Oliver Billingslea, has researched the use of perennials to complete and enhance the garden with daylilies, our favorite flower, for many different climates/5(12). In the summer of Karol did a 30 minute interview with Prairie Yard and Garden (out of the University of Minnesota - Morris) that has been shown on public television in several states. It is about daylilies, the operations at Springwood, and daylily hybridizing. Unlike most perennials, daylilies are well-suited to many different uses in the garden and landscape. The shorter, more compact varieties work well planted directly into perennial borders, where their blooms provide a welcome mid-summer boost.
The second book from Graeme Grosvenor on daylilies. A very good book on daylilies; what makes this one is the photography. I think I have read all the books ever written on the daylily, but I have never come across such beautiful photographs,especially of the /5(12). Small World Garden Treasure *Small World Great Balls of Fire *Small World Greenie Weenie *Small World Dayz: Small World Happy Halloween *Small World Humpty Dumpty Falls Down *Small World John Robinson: Small World Late Jewel *Small World Magic Mountain *Small World Orange Crush *Small World Orange Slices *Small World Orion's Belt: Small World. Choose a well-drained sunny location. If a well-drained area is not an option, then raised beds can be used. Daylilies will bloom in partial shade, but with at least 6 hours of full sun, the flowers will appear in greater abundance. Test the soil pH level. Daylilies grow best in a soil pH level between and Daylilies may be the most carefree of all flowering perennials. The plants grow quickly and are long lived. They thrive in almost any type of soil, will grow in sun or shade, and are rarely troubled by insect pests or disease. Daylilies are known for their toughness, but they also dazzle with their big, colorful flowers.