Aug 2, 2020
April 28th, 2020 – Garden Blog 2020
Daylilies! We have a bunch of seedlings that we are selling and we are also getting ready to begin our shipping season. Weather has been poor as it snowed two days this week.
We have also started our vegetable seeds indoors about 2 weeks ago and they are looking good.
[Eustace Daylily Farm 3-23-2020]
4000 + Daylily Seedlings!
We have just over 1000 seedlings from daylilies that we are offering at auction and on our website that are unbloomed. https://eustacedaylily.com/product-category/unbloomed-daylily-seedlings-for-sale/
It is exciting to see the parent plants and what they look like and anticipate the seedlings and how they will look taking on both the pod and pollen parents genetics. You have an opportunity to buy the newest daylily plants that have been cross pollinated with some of the rarest flowers on Earth!!
Our daylily seedlings will all be at least 6 months old but many are up to 18 months old and ready to bloom any moment for you! We send the biggest plants available at the time of purchase. Most of our seedlings will be shipped June-July. We may be able to ship earlier or hold onto your seedlings (but not for long as you will want to see them bloom for the first time:) You can always email us with your questions.
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We now have 8 acres to grow!
Kim and I went from a 2 acre farm now to 8 and really are blessed to have such a beautiful property here in northern ohio. We got a break in the weather to line out our first seedling bed. It is 4′ x 100′ and we look forward to using it soon when the weather breaks! Daylilies coming out of our ears!
Some of the July Daylily Seedlings
Spectacular Green! Our goal is to get to 5000 daylily seedlings planted. We have many unbloomed daylily seedlings for sale. We enjoy watching them bloom for the first time! We use the latest and best daylily cultivars to cross pollinate. We hope you will enjoy the combinations made from seed.
Leap Day! Unbloomed Daylily Seedling Update!!
It is exciting to be able to offer the newest daylily cultivars that have been cross pollinated. They have been harvested off the seed pods, dried out, put through cold stratification and sprouted! Now they have been growing for months and you have the opportunity to buy them!! We are updating them daily on our website. https://eustacedaylily.com/product-category/unbloomed-daylily-seedlings-for-sale/
Daylily Seed Vault Update
Went to check the fridge at lunch today and see there is many daylilyl seeds left over. Here is the link we have some available on website you can buy. https://eustacedaylily.com/product-category/daylily-seeds/
Spring Shipping + Daylily Pricing Update This Week (Daylilies)
Inventory is being marked down for 2020. A lot of our plants are potted up from the move and we are just wanting to get rid of some older cultivars… keep an eye out this week as about half the inventory prices will drop. We did lose some over the move that were evergreens…just got too cold for them :(at March 23, 2020No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest
Augie’s Unique Beauty Daylily
Here is a 3 fan clump of daylilies just breaking winter dormancy. The fans are small and so are the scapes. The blooms make up for it. Augie’s Unique Beauty has no bloom alike and takes on the name well. Very nice broken pattern on this tetraploid. Everything else on this daylily looks like a diploid but it is not. Sets pods well and pollen is always fertile. If you plan on ordering this daylily expect a small plant, it’s just its nature. We only send Blooming size plants! Enjoy!!
Seedling – June Singletary Sdlg
We were excited to win all of this seedling from Jammin’s Daylily Garden. It is very unique. We used it’s pollen a lot last year and still have seeds left over from the seed pods that it set very easily.
We have moved and are in the process of moving and planting thousands of plants… We may not be so quick to respond to messages as we settle in.
We will try to keep this blog updated as we can. Kim and I just love growing daylilies and now we are on 8 acres with plenty of room to grow!!! Thank you for all your support both with our daylily plants/seeds and our YouTube Channel. Appreciate each one of you
God bless you,
March 23, 2020 Garden Blog 2020
I love to cross for the dark bold base with the pure white teeth. I have moved on from crossing Blues to more like these seedlings you see above. They really stand out in a field of daylilies!at March 23, 2020No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest