Touring an American Daylily Society Display Garden

Annette Shrader tours a country estate landscape that has some of the very best cultivars of the daylily, earning it the status of an official American Daylily Society Display Garden. She learns which characteristics of this easy-care perennial this collector enjoys the most. Hint: its the variety in colors and petal forms, and the way one plant can have blooms over a period of several weeks. His collection tops 1,800 plants.

Plants Featured in this Clip

HEMEROCALLIS (Daylily) 'Fooled Me' 'Dark Altar' 'Two Cats Laughing' 'Five O'clock Somewhere' 'Steve's Corn Rows' 'Get 'r Done' 'Saber Tooth Tiger' 'Class and Sass' 'Weird Science' 'Glory in the Sunset' 'This World Aflame' 'Fooled Me' 'Tall, Dark, Handsome'

Gardener Extras

  1. This grower uses an 'old corn fertilizer' of 16-4-8.
  2. At the end of the daylily season, this grower cuts back the foliage to the base of the plant on each and every daylily.

Annette Shrader

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