Showcasing God' s magnificent beauty through daylilies.
Phillipians: 2:10-11. "... at the name of Jesus, every knee should
bow...and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord...."
Welcome! Whether starting a new flower bed or adding daylilies to compliment your existing garden, visit us at Flower Branch Gardens Daylily Farm. Here you'll find a wonderful selection of dazzling, yet affordable, daylilies from which to choose: soft pastel colors, screaming hot reds and purples, spider forms, doubles, bitones, teeth and more!
All of our daylilies are "free-range stock." What in the world does that mean? It means that we have a living nursery, where the plants grow in our good ol' east Texas dirt, out in the elements, thoroughly accustomed to heat, drought, ice and bugs. These plants aren't grown in fancy greenhouses in fluffy potting mixture. These are the real deal... much like Texas ladies: pretty to look at, yet tough as nails! So pull on your gardening gloves, and let's get started!
Upon arrival, you will be given flags for marking the exact daylilies you'd like to purchase. They are sold in double-fan divisions; each will be dug, cleaned, tagged and bagged for you on sight, ready to go to their new home with you. Please be aware that, depending on the crowd level, you may have to wait up to 45 minutes before I can get to you and pull your order. I want to make sure each and every one of you is comfortable with your choices, and answer your questions before we complete your purchase. So if you have to wait, please enjoy the flowers and the serene country setting of the Farm, visiting with other daylily folks, knowing that when it is your turn, you will be given the same consideration as the previous customer. Thank you for your understanding - we are a small operation and we so enjoy each and every one of our wonderful customers. See you soon!
NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2020 SEASON.
2021 hours will be posted in March.
Shipping: March- June OR September - November
Now taking orders for spring shipping.
Website updated 2-28-2021
The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of our God shall stand for ever.