Late September Sale!

     

 We have a number of cultivars on sale. Check our sale page. They are in limited quantity.

There are still dozens of daylily cultivars blooming and if your garden is lacking color, you might want to consider some our late bloomers to fill out your garden.

 

Recent News

  • Late September Annuals 2017 Chris Darrow Sep 21, 2017

    As the daylily season winds down we find ourselves appreciating the annuals we grew more and more. Of course it helps that we've had very nice warm nights and sunny warm days. Growing on the front of our barn: Morning Glory's, Firecracker Vine (Ipo. Labata) and Clematis (perennial), have reached over 12 feet in height!   Marigold Harlequin has taken it's time to bloom profusely, but it was worth the wait!  

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  • Late August at Olallie Daylily Gardens Chris Darrow Aug 26, 2017

    While peak season is past, there is still an amazing number of daylilies in bloom! A lot of the lates have yet to open as well!  We planted a large number of annuals in the edges of the daylily beds and they are now full and showy!

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  • Olallie Daylily Gardens Peak Season 2017 Chris Darrow Jul 27, 2017

    Bed 27, filled with Chris's newer hybrids many with new names!   Two of Chris's hybrids, one over 5 feet tall the other a floriferous pink   Kale makes a great edible border and a color foil for the daylilies.   The view is quite extensive with masses of daylilies in all colors blooming in mid July!   More of Chris's hybrids the tall one, is now almost 7 feet tall, probably in part because of the rainy weather. The reds will just glow on a grey overcast day.   View from my office window!...

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Featured Flowers

 Hybridized here in Vermont, the cultivars featured on this page are all hardy, strong growers and perform well. The farther south they go the earlier they will bloom. 

All these daylilies bloom late June or Early July, just around the time that Stella D'oro blooms. The goal has been to develop a range of colors, and patterns to make the early part of the daylily season more interesting. 

 

1-11: late June, 3" x 40", 14b/scp  Early vigorous red developed by CSD. Great tall growing pony for the beginning of the season!

 

10-13a: A pony sized bloom yellow with heavy red stippling. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20-34-2014: lt June, 4"x 34" 10b/scp A Creamy melon, with a large yellow throat.

 

28-09: Strawberry red with a ruby eyezone and a flat form

 

 

3-09: Pale yellow (looks near white in this image) with a large red purple eyezone

 

 

3-6-25-2015: Pale melon with a small deep maroon eyezone.

 

31-09: early July, 3" x 38" 19 b/scp. Pale gold Melon with a small intense crimson eyezone and strong green throat

 

32-09: (OLALLIE DANI'S GINGER) Dark red with a small red burgundy eyezone.

 

 

34-09: early july 3.5" x 32" 11 b/scp Orange yellow with yellow edging.

 

36-07: early July 5" X 36" 12 b/scp. Straw yellow with a light red eyezone. 

 

 

39-09 (OLALLIE DIANE MARIE)

 

4-11: early July 3" X 38" 18 b/scp. Small red with red buds

 

9-6-25-2015

 

 

CSD Early Red UP A+

 

CSD EZ A

 

CSD Mini Bicolor bed 3

 

CSD mini purple bed 30

 

CSD Deep Red UP

 

 

 Early Red Pink