2014 Welcome to Bluegrass Daylily Gardens…
We welcome back our loyal customers and if you are new, we hope you enjoy the site, as well. 2013 was a very successful year, in that we had cooler weather throughout the growing season and there were no major life situations that were experienced in the prior year. We are blessed with good friends, family and health. We are excited to meet you in our gardens and enjoy the beauty of the many plants, together. Again, please enjoy the site, visit often and come see us during Bloom Fest or schedule a personal visit, at another time.
you have not had a chance to visit, please do so this year, during our
BLOOM FEST. This is a good time to take freshly dug daylilies home with
you. Bring a friend and share!
Chuck and Jenny
History: Located in the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky near Shelbyville. We are a family owned business that got started, like most, with the need to divide plants and the desire to acquire more and fund our new addiction. Our first purchase was a clump Raspberry Pixie from a dear friend, Linda Casey. Jenny wanted flowers and color, I wanted foliage and ground cover. We paid $40 and divided them to one and two fans, then prayed that our expensive investment would not die.
Needless to say, they did great and we soon found ourselves searching everywhere for more color and bigger blooms. Each year our tastes changed from pinks to reds to purples and oranges. Doubles and spiders started popping up too.
Bigger beds were made and old ones expanded. Finally, we had what was the start of a nice garden that family and friends enjoyed as much as we did. The next step was to put out a sign and open the gardens for “business”.
We are a licensed, state inspected garden, free of disease and daylily rust. Plants are healthy and true to name. We offer quick and easy payment through Paypal, if you would like to use a credit card. Of course, checks and money orders are also accepted.
If you would like to visit us while in Kentucky, please contact us a head of time. We would not want to miss you. We would be happy to dig your daylilies while you are here, weather permitting.
Chuck and Jenny Williams