What happens after I place my order?

We strive to ship your order within 24 hours of receipt. If there is delay due to adverse weather conditions, we will let you know as soon as possible. We begin shipping on May 1st, and will continue shipping until September 1st. This will allow your plants time to become established in your garden before the hot summers and cold winters set in.

Shipping Information

We are happy to provide free shipping for all orders.

We strive to ship your order within 24 hours of receipt. If there is delay due to adverse weather conditions, we will let you know as soon as possible.

We begin shipping on May 1st, and will continue shipping until September 1st. This will allow your plants time to become established in your garden before the hot summers and cold winters set in. Iris and daylilies both should be in the ground at least six weeks before the first frost to make it through the winter when planting in the fall.

If you need to delay your shipping times, or have a particular time you would like to receive your order, leave a note with our customer service when you place your order, and we will be glad to accommodate. We do not recommend planting a new plant during the hotter months of July and early August, but you know your garden best, so we will ship during these times at your request. Otherwise, your order can be held until the weather cools down.

We ship to the continental United States. Unfortunately we cannot ship to California or Canada.

What can I expect when my daylilies arrive?

Your daylilies will arrive as a barefoot plants. They travel best when they are mostly dry, so they will not arrive in a pot. Their roots will be visible, which makes them very easy to plant in your garden.

How do I plant reblooming daylilies?

Daylilies love sun. Plant where there is at least six full hours of sun each day. They can thrive in a wide variety of soils, good and bad, but as with all growing things, prefer a rich, well- drained soil. After being established, or the first year, keep well watered. After that, they require very little water, except in times of drought. Avoid overwatering. Fertilize with a mild fertilizer to encourage blooms when planting, in the early spring, again while blooming, and then again in the fall before they go dormant.

During hot periods, the leaves may become yellow, or just too long for your liking. They may be cut or trimmed without affecting the bloom times. After the first frost, the leaves will die back, and if left alone, these leaves act as natural mulch to protect your plant during the winter. Simply leave them alone until spring, and remove when all danger of frost has passed. If you prefer to remove the spent leaves, you will want to mulch around your daylilies for the winter.

To plant, dig a hole larger than the root mass. Plant so that the crown, or top of the plant is a ½ to 1 inch below the soil. Tamp down the soil, and water well.

When should I plant my daylilies?

Daylilies should be in the ground at least six weeks before the first frost to make it through the winter when planting in the fall. If you need to delay your shipping times, or have a particular time you would like to receive your order, leave a note with our customer service when you place your order, and we will be glad to accommodate. We do not recommend planting a new plant during the hotter months of July and early August, but you know your garden best, so we will ship during these times at your request. Otherwise, your order can be held until the weather cools down.