offers Daylilies (synonym: day lily, day lilies) in its unique ten season classification , from
First Early to Extra Late, for the design conscious gardener and landscaper.
Daylilies are shipped every Monday as
three-fan, field-grown plants,
Fully Guaranteed to grow. Every shipment includes information on
caring for the plants. The
Daylilies make great gifts for your favorite gardener.
An organic grower in northwestern Connecticut,
Lee Bristol has been a daylily specialist at
Lee Bristol Daylily (*) selections are directed toward the
design conscious gardener, with seasonal spread, and with plant size----as well as
flower color----in mind. The Daylily season gallery, a fully
illustrated photo directory, is the central guide here to the Daylily,
and catalogs all ten bloom seasons of Daylily gardens.
It pictures such early seasonheirloom Daylilies as
the Common Orange Roadside Daylily,
Stella De Oro's more prolific daughter Clementella (miniature orange)
a nearly everblooming Daylily hybrid from
Among the multitude of midseason Daylily photos and
descriptions is included Lee's registration
of Mulberry Sherbet.
Among whites, Light The Way has long led us.
Long known for late,
very late and
extra late Daylily varieties,
offers gardeners a fine selection of season extenders, some blooming throughout September in Connecticut.
Yellows include the Daylilies
Autumn Minaret and
Autumn King, both very tall.
The reds on our Top Ten list for years are
Pardon Me and Little Wine Cup,
while a third, Challenger, rivals
Autumn Minaret in height.
Carol Sing is our brightest fall red Daylily.
Princess Irene, orange,
can be counted on for two months of profuse garden bloom. And few can resist the
purple Indian Giver.
You can shop for Daylilies here knowing that your selections have been proven over many years and
are Guaranteed to grow throughout America's coldest regions. Buy your Daylily plants from a
For complete information about
Daylilies, go ahead now to the
Daylily homepage and enjoy your exploration of the
remarkable possibilities of the Daylily.