The trees and flowers have responded with early blooms because of the lack of cold weather this year.   The Forsythia, Bradford pears and Native Crabapples are full of blooms.   The daffodils and other bulbs have wondered “what’s going on?” but are trying to keep pace.  The Redbuds are in full bloom and native azaleas will be right behind.  Spring is arriving early!  We can hardly wait for the first daylily blooms.  We will look for the familiar colors and faces of the cultivars that have been in the garden for a while and also for the daylilies that will bloom for the first time at Suburban Daylilies.  All of these contribute to the joy we experience from growing these wonderful flowers.  We look forward to seeing many of you who will visit us during the bloom season.  You know we are always happy to see you.  We will participate in the Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society Open Gardens on Monday, May 26, 2014, and the seventeenth annual HADS Daylily Show on Saturday, June 7, 2014.  We would be delighted for you to attend these events.  For more information, just give us a call.   

We appreciate the orders that we have received from you in the past and hope you will find some things that will interest you on the list we are providing.  We have a rather large number of cultivars that are not included on this list because they are in the display garden or the hybridizing area.   If there is something for which you are looking, don’t hesitate to let us know because we may have it available at the end of the bloom season when Earl begins digging, dividing and moving  plants around.  We do not keep a large quantity of any plant and would appreciate it if you would let us know if there are substitutes you might accept in the event a plant is not available. 



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