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Ken & Mary McGann, 12 Loys Lane, Plains, MT   59859      |     (406) 826-3214    |    You have no items in your shopping cart

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"We have the ones youre looking for!"

Welcome to Spring Fever Daylilies 2016!


Enjoy viewing our beautiful daylilies!See the navigation guide on the left. We have the ones you're looking for !

Hardy daylilies ! Northern-grown daylilies ! Montana daylilies ! Beautiful, perennial flowers !

This year, we have added new daylily varieties from which you'll find your favorites. These include beautiful colors, smaller and larger blooms, doubles and spider forms, and beautifully patterned blooms.

Kindly Light - If you want a classic daylily with mid-season blooming, this is the one to grow in your garden. Fairly tall, it displays itself very well. Spectacularly long, showy, yellow ribbon-like petals dance in the breeze and make a great contrast to other colored varieties around them. Historical Kindly Light was introduced in 1949 by Bechtold.

Crossfire presents itself well with its bright, showy ruby-red self and yellow-green eye. This daylily will give you vibrant color later in the season, then rebloom! New on our sale list this year, Crossfire was introduced by Stadler in 2004.

We've also added Joe Marinello for your early-season growing enjoyment, plus rebloom. The front of your garden would do well to include this creamy-pink daylily with luscious wine-purple eye, and green throat. Joe Marinello has been around since 1989, introduced by Stamille.

Daylilies are easy-to-grow perennial plants, and very rewarding, with blooms of all sizes and colors. You'll find there are some to bloom in any part of the growing season.

Here in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, Zone 4 / Zone 5, our on-going goal is to grow and develop for you hardy daylily varieties.

Daylilies are the perfect perennials for your yard, garden, or perennial bed. You'll find a place for daylilies in your landscape situation, naturalizing or gift-giving.

Our gardens are about 2 hours south of Glacier Park. We often have a week of 100 degree weather in summer, and winter can sometimes get down to 0 degrees. Our normal frost-free growing season is 90 days.

Bare root, two-fan plants are freshly dug for shipment to you,
May 1 through first week of September.

Click on Daylily Gallery to make your choices.

Ordering:

  • Click on Email and send us a list of what you want
  • or, click on Information and print out your Order Form to mail
  • Order a Gift Certificate for your special people

Payment:

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  • or, mail a check or money order with your order

Shipping:

  • May 1 through the first week in September
  • Choose Priority Mail or UPS for your order
  • Request the ship date best for you

Kindly LightKindly Light

Cross FireCross Fire

Joe MarinelloJoe Marinello