Buy 1 Phlox; Receive 2nd Free
Phlox Sale- Buy 1 Phlox and Receive the 2nd Phlox free. The plant(s) of lesser value on your total order will be deducted. Save until May 1, 2017, subject to availability. Not valid on previous orders. Discount will be deducted from your order at the time of checkout. USA orders only.Order before May 1, 2017
We ship double-fan, bare root Daylilies from mid April through November, weather permitting.
Our Daylilies are hardy, dormant-type varieties grown in our fields in southern Wisconsin. Recommended for USDA Hardiness Zones 3-10.
Brother Charles Reckamp was a member of the Society of Divine Word missionaries in Techny, Illinois, and a true giant in the Daylily breeding world. Using focused and disciplined line breeding, he concentrated on form, texture, subtle coloring and complementary ruffling, combined with flower count and overall vigor.>Brother Charles Reckamp Varieties
A professor of biological sciences at DePaul University for 34 years, Dr. Griesbach developed a new method for doubling the chromosomes in Daylilies. With four sets of chromosomes, tetraploids offer more color possibilities, increased vigor and substance, and larger flowers. We are honored to offer a selection of his outstanding Daylilies.>Robert Griesbach Sr. Varieties
It is always fun to see what plants other enthusiastic gardeners choose. Some best sellers are new, some are returning favorites, but each has something special to offer in your garden.>Best Seller 2017 Varieties
Fragrance completes a garden, and makes it all the more memorable! Plant near a sitting area or walkway to fully enjoy their lovely scent.>Fragrance Varieties
Our new selections include many that are exclusive to Song Sparrow or rare and hard to find. We choose new plants for both beauty and good growing traits.>New Plants for 2017 Varieties
Forty years of selective Daylily hybridizing by Roy Klehm has created an extensive choice of varieties with excellent color, form, and vigor. High bud count and strong stems assure a wonderful garden presence.>Recent Roy Klehm Daylily Introduction Varieties