daylilies for sale in SC / $2.00 each / pics below

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Dipsy Doodle Doo, May 19, 2007.

  1. Hi! These are daylily seedling plants from my breeding program.
    They are one-of-a-kind, field-grown plants.
    Most are double fans.

    $2.00 per plant plus shipping.






    They are numbered, so just email or post here and let me know which #'s you want.
    Thanks for looking!
    Last edited: May 22, 2007
  2. CoyoteMagic

    CoyoteMagic RIP ?-2014

    Where in SC?
  3. Hi!
    Aiken, SC [​IMG]
    Pick ups are welcome!

  4. eggchel

    eggchel Crowing

    Dec 26, 2006
    Both Coasts
    Holy cow, Lisa, those are beautiful!!

    Do you know whether chickens and ducks eat them?

  5. Thanks Chel (x 2)! Breeding daylilies is a joy, but requires lots more patience than breeding chickens --- it can take as long as 3 years for a seedling to bloom. Then it might be a 'dog' and get the knife right away.
    My chickens and ducks love the foliage and will eat it in a heartbeat --- right down to nubs. Then they'll scratch or dabble and eat the roots, too.

    Here are some more that bloomed todayand are for sale. Still $2.00 each plus shipping.


    27 *pending to Lisa*




    Let me know which #'s you want.

    More tomorrow,
    Last edited: May 22, 2007
  6. Corey NC

    Corey NC Songster

    Mar 28, 2007
    North Carolina
    Do these thrive well inside? How much do you thin kshipping would be to NC?
  7. Frozen Feathers

    Frozen Feathers Songster

    May 4, 2007
    I'm in Maine, how much would shipping be, so I can decide how many I want to get. [​IMG]
    I just inherited my mom-in-laws day lilies, ground lilies, iris, hostas, roses, ground phlox, tall phlox, basket of gold and some other stuff I'm not really sure about. Basically 30 years worth of plants! Her knees couldn't take it anymore. [​IMG] Well, now I'm really into it and want more day lilies! I think 4 more plants to start... at least...

    I will e-mail you my info!!!
  8. Hi Corey, I don't think they'd do well inside, unless you had a sunroom or the like to keep them in (but I've never tried growing them inside).

    Angie, How lucky for you to get your mil's plants --- but sad that she couldn't tend them anymore.
    Shipping shouldn't be much [​IMG]
    I should be able to fit quite a few in the smaller flat rate box (unless usps has changed that).
    I can probably get them out in tomorrows mail.

  9. Hi how much would shipping be to 18603? or do you just mail them flat rate for multi orders? I will have to get them past DH but if I can get them in the ground before he sees them he would never know lol. Let me know..
  10. robbobbin

    robbobbin Songster

    Jan 28, 2007
    I want #1 please I will pm you now.
    Also will you have more of the #'s you posted SOLD?
    How many #1's can I get? I will pick others ones also, after knowing how many #1's.

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