Blue Hill Daylilies

Blue Hill Maine

We ship Daylily Plants from mid May - mid September.
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Double Fans unless otherwise specified
Visit the garden during Daylily season for more Daylily Variety choices !
daylilies Lake Effect

LAKE EFFECT

Patrick Stamile 1996
Mauve purple with blue grey eye and double edge Registered 1996 not released until 1998, dormant tetraploid Daylily mid season, 23 inch scape, 7 inch flower
$16.00



Lavender Lion daylily

LAVENDER LION

Roger Mercer
Lavender w/ good substance and branching
$16.00







daylily Lee Reinke

LEE REINKE

Joyce Reinke 1998
White w/pink highlights lavender pink edge, 7 bloom, 38 scape, semi-evergreen diploid
$16.00





Long Lesson Showoff daylily

LONGLESSON MANGO GLOW

Melanie Mason 2000
4.5 bloom, 34 scape, mid to late season, dormant tetraploid
$20.00







Long Lesson Showoff daylily

LONGLESSON SHOWOFF

Melanie Mason 1998
Cherry red bi-tone w/ darker eye, 5 bloom, 26 scape, mid season, dormant tetraploid
$16.00



daylily Long Lesson Summer Gift

LONGLESSON SUMMER GIFT

Melanie Mason 1998
Lavender purple w/ darker eye, 6 bloom, 32 scape, mid season, dormant tetraploid, An Honorable Mention Award Winner
$20.00




Mabou daylilies

MABOU

Melanie Mason 2003
Rose purple w/orchid watermark, 6 bloom, 30 scape, mid to late season, dormant tetraploid, An Honorable Mention Award Winner.
$25.00

daylily Mauna Loa

MAUNA LOA

Roberts 1976
Amber gold blend w/ red edges, 5 bloom, 22 scape, early to mid season, dormant tetraploid
sorry sold out





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We ship Daylily Plants from mid May - mid September.
Shown here are just a small number of the more than 500 Daylily varieties on display in our garden.
The garden is open during bloom season.

Blue Hill Daylilies
is an internet branch office of
Blue Hill Country Garden
in Blue Hill, Maine

Daylilies are sold as bare root double fans, unless otherwise stated. Daylily plants from our garden and nursery are grown on the coast of Maine. Low temperatures in our yard during the winter of 2007 - 08 reached 16 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. Snow cover is variable from year to year. Most Daylilies that we have are of the dormant variety {usually dormants are best for the coldest areas},some are semi evergreen and a couple are evergreens. All Daylily plants offered for sale have performed consistently well in this garden.
We are a cold USDA Zone 5