Blooming season is from the end of May, for the early blooming varieties, and goes into August with late varieties and rebloomers, but the peak bloom is mid-June until mid-July. This is the time you will see the majority of plants blooming.
Open days for 2018 are Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: June 21-23, 28-30. July 5-7, 12-14, 19-21. 11 AM-4 PM CLOSED SUNDAYS
Bus tours are welcome! Please contact us in advance of your arrival. Garden clubs, Master Gardeners and other groups are also welcome!
*Ask about our FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING for your group tour or private party, a courtesy service at no extra charge. Choose your own experience. While you’re in the area, visit Marion’s Greenhouse and Stream Cliff Farm, both within a five-minute drive of New Creation Daylily Farm.
We will be happy to provide a guided tour, complete with general gardening information or with daylily hybridizing tricks of the trade. Or, if you prefer, roam the gardens at your leisure. A port-a-let restroom facility is available.
Helpful tips for your visit.
In order to see all the gardens, we recommend you allow 60 to 90 minutes.
As well as retail daylily sales we are a hybridizing farm. Therefore, many of our daylilies are in the growing, maturing, evaluation and registering stages. Here on our farm, the process of growing daylilies from seed to market takes an average of eight years. We ask our customers to be understanding when flowers are not yet available to be purchased. Many will be available in the future once they increase adequately.
Expect a brief wait time as we freshly dig your flower orders. If you are on a tight schedule, please let us know; we will do our best to accommodate you. Since we are a small grower, many of the varieties we have for sale are quite limited. Some varieties will sell out early.
Bring along a camera to capture the beauty of the grounds and the memories of your visit to New Creation Daylilies. You might want to bring along umbrellas as protection from sun or rain.
Since most of our areas are grass, they are wet with dew in the mornings, so shoes will likely get wet. We recommend garden shoes.