- Daylily and Garden Links -
The links below are for the daylily and gardening sites that I find
to be the most useful or pleasing.
For a more comprehensive list of daylily sites, please refer to one of the
daylily list sites further down this page.
General Daylily Information
American Hemerocallis (Daylily) Society
- The Spring Sickness Homepage
- Daylily Rust Information
- Charlotte's Daylily Diary - the best and most complete list of daylily websites
My Favorite Daylily Sites
- Bill's Hemerocallis - The Daylily
- Charlotte's Virtual Garden Tour
Daylily Images (approx. number on each site)
For more complete and unbiased list of daylily image sites, please visit
- Cyberlily Gardens Daylily Photo Gallery (375+)
- Cyberlily Gardens Garden Gallery (700+ of daylilies or daylily gardens)
- Bill's Daylily Photo Gallery (471)
- Tinker's Gardens Daylily Database (4344)
- Shantih Daylily Gardens (Judi and Paul Aucoin) (230) click Some of our Daylilies for images
- L'hemerocalle Dans toute sa splendeur (8340)
- Oleo Acres Photos By Hybridizer (400+)
- Charlotte's Daylily Inventory (130)
- AHS EMail Robin's Image Archives
- Gala Garden's Photo Library (110)
- Jim Costner's Hemnut's Daylily Page (215)
- Caragana Country Acres Daylily Images (210)
- Patrick Guidry's Daylily Images (400?)
- Red Lane Gardens Image Gallery (258)
- Gulf Haven Gardens Image Gallery (450)
- Dragon Fly Hill Daylilies
Other Gardening Sites
- Plant Delights Nursery
- White Flower Farm
- Wayside Gardens
- Schreiner's Iris Gardens
- New Jersey Weed Gallery
Garden Markers and Labels
Ever admired the professional looking plant labels in someone's garden
and wondered where to get them? Here are a few possibilites. In general,
"marker" means the part the goes into the ground, while "label" means the
part you read, and they are sold separately.
AAA Quality Engravers
Botanic garden quality labels for use on
several types of markers. I have some that are 6 years old and
are still going strong. I expect they will outlast the best of markers.
Cedarthorn Gardens Custom Labels
These are for use on Simply Elegant markers. Haven't tried these
DecoColor extra fine opaque paint pen
The best pen I've found for writing on plastic labels. Also works
on metal, though bleeds a bit. Recommended to me by Tony Avent
of Plant Delights Nursery. I've only used black, but a white
version is available. Available at Michael's craft supply stores,
and probably other hobby/craft stores too.
EON Industries, Inc.
The basic 'E' and 'C' series markers
work great for perennials like daylilies. I prefer their 'E'
style over similar ones from other places thanks to the rounded
edges, but have recently switched to the 'C' style which comes
Peel and stick labels for EON markers. I haven't
used these, but reports are good.
Iris City Gardens
These folks make their own plant markers similar to those from
EON, but with stainless steel legs. I was gifted with one to trial
and it seems to be holding up very well so far.
Pylon Plastic Markers
Plastic "pot labels" and "markers" are sturdier than most.
I use the 6 inch "pot lables" handwritten with DecoColor ink pens
my in seedling beds where I only need the marker to
survive a couple years before the plant is selected or composted.
Mine mostly break from being stepped on in an overcrowded bed
rather than from becoming overly brittle from UV decay.
Available from Hummert International and other places.
See-Fine Marker Company
Another premium marker. For me, this one
is the sturdiest marker on the list.
Simply Elegant Markers from Gardens with a Northern Exposure
Black markers look much better in the garden that shiny metal ones.
I've had trouble with the faceplates coming off due to deer, children,
and weeding, but I'm told the current design has been improved in
this regard. They're awfully pretty.
- A.M. Leonard
- The Natural Gardening Company/Tomato Heaven
- Gardener's Supply Company
- Wind And Weather - garden ornaments and weather instruments
- Timber Press - publishers of gardening books
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