Shipping is available only in the contiguous 48 states. $25.00 shipping and handling will be applied. (The industry standard is to apply a shipping rate, then affix a handling fee per plant. Rather than do that, I've already combined the two.) Oversized shipments may incur additional shipping charges. Texas residents add 8.25% sales tax to all orders. We use the United States Post Office for all our shipping via Priority Mail. Payment in full is required with your order. We accept checks or credit cards (through PayPal or The Square.) Minimum order is $35.00. Prices for daylilies are for double-fan divisions.
I will dig and ship in spring (March thru June) or in fall (October thru December 15) but strongly advise against shipping in summer. Our Texas temps are brutal, to both the daylilies and me.
Although a shopping cart is provided for your use, please e-mail or call with your selections FIRST so that availability can be checked before you buy; some varieties are limited. All plants will be lovingly dug by me and are guaranteed to be true to name. All shipments go out on Monday or Tuesday. I usually do not offer substitutions. Bonus plants are my choice. Once you receive your plants, if for some reason you are not satisfied with them, DON’T plant them. Return within one week with any labels attached for a replacement or refund.
Like most everybody else, unfortunately I have found daylily rust in the garden. Therefore I spray methodically to keep it under control. Those plants prone to rust have been pulled and burned; nevertheless, daylilies can have rust without showing any outward visible signs, so I cannot guarantee that the plants are rust-free. However, I do my best to make sure the daylilies are as disease-free as possible.
Thank you! I can be reached at 409-658-3052 (call or text) or by email: [email protected]
GIFT CERTIFICATES are available! Always a great idea for your garden friends, and available in any increment. Please look under the alphabetical listing of "G" for "gift certificate."
Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they spin not; and yet I say unto you, that Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Luke 12:27