For winter 2020 we are offering a few packets of seed. Free shipping.
Daylily seeds are easy to handle and with enough light, grow into sturdy plants indoors in the winter months.
Asiatic lily seeds are like bits of brown paper. They are candled, to make sure an embryo is present. Their first leaves are grass like. You can start them in winter in a window or under lights.
Martagon lilies are those down facing turks cap lilies with whorled leaves that enjoy shade. These seeds require 3 months warm in peat moss and then 3 months in the fridge. Then they will produce their first leaves.
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2020 brings Lilyfield’s first four lily introductions since hybridizing began over 10 years ago. We are standing on the shoulders of Fred Fellner, Ed Brooman, and Ed Robinson with two of these introductions. Special thanks to the members of the South Saskatchewan Lily Society.
We also offer a mix of unlabeled bulbs for your garden needs.
Prices are for a single bulb, the unlabeled mix is 3 bulbs.
Also available are some older varieties of martagons which are shade loving lilies.
Free shipping on orders over $50.00. Otherwise $9.00. Click here to order online.
We ship across Canada. Free shipping on all seeds. Free shipping on daylily orders over $50. Less than that, flat rate of $18.00
We ship via Canada Post.
We have started listing daylilies for the 2020 season that we know will be up in April. Other varieties we wait for spring and green growth before updating the online store inventory. Winters bring many freeze thaws, and we want to make sure anything we list, has made it through the winter.
Peruse the daylilies here.
Know them by daylily, day lily, daylillie, Daylilly, hemerocallis, they are all the same thing. The flowers bloom for a single day, but there are many buds that open throughout the season. Daylilies do well in western and eastern Canada, We would be interested in hearing feedback from anyone in the Yukon, NWT and Nunavut.