There’s always something blooming at Wingard’s!

image (10)Daylilies are perennial plants, whose name alludes to the flowers which typically last no more than 24 hours. The flowers of most species open in early morning and wither during the following night, possibly replaced by another one on the same scape (flower stalk) the next day. Some species are night-blooming. Daylilies are not commonly used as cut flowers for formal flower arranging, yet they make good cut flowers otherwise as new flowers continue to open on cut stems over several days.

Antique Fringe
Armadillo Pipeline
Beyond Riches
Big Kiss
Buffy’s Doll
Buttered Popcorn
Cameroons Twister
Caribbean Milo
Carolina Sun Fun
Charleston Snow
Charming Ethel Smith
Cherub’s Kiss
Chesapeak Crablegs
Chevron Spider
Chocolate Splash
Christmas Wishes
Clueless Wonder
Colorado Blues
Dragon King
Electric Mist
Elegant Candy
Etched Eyes
Fantasy Frolic
Forsyth Ace of Hearts
Forty Second Street
Frilly Bliss
God’s Handiwork
Gold Elephant
Grape Ripples
Happy Returns
Indian Weaving
It’s A Miracle
Janice Brown
Jean Barnhart

Jean Swann
Joan Senior
Jurassic Spider
King George
King Kahuna
Lace Cap Blush
Lake Norman Sunset
Larry Grace
Lavender Blue Baby
Lavender Rainbow
Leona Esther
Let Loose
Lindy Twirl
Long Stocking
Majestic Beauty
Martha Fawcett
Maxfield Parrish
Mokan Moon
Morrie Ott
Music of the Master
Oriental Opulence
Party Prince
Patchwork Puzzle
Peach Emerald
Pearl Harbor
Pearlfisher Pink
Peggy Jeffcoat
Peppermint Pinwheel
Pink Ambrosia
Pink Flirt
Please Say Yes
Quiz Show
Rabbit Ears
Rainbow Eyes
Red Ribbons

Roaring Jelly Fish
Royal Hunter
Rue Madaline
Sabine Baur
Savannah Explosion
Sea Urchin
Sewing Circle
Siloam Fairy Mist
Siloam Little Angel
Siloam Tie-Dye Illusion
Smoky Mountain Autumn
Sound of Cannons
Spacecoast Sunshine
Spider Web
Stella De Oro
Stolen Treasure
Stormy Horizon
Tail Feathers
Thin Man
Topguns Pleasant Surprise
Truly Angelic
Victorian Principles
Wanda Lee Roper
Watchyl Digital Spider
When I Dream
Wild Mustang
Wild Wookie
Wiregrass Greenstar
Yazoo Wild Violet