Last spring, the Montgomery Daylily Society created a daylily garden at Montgomery Botanical gardens. Throughout the spring and summer, members have maintained and added to the garden with the result that it has bloomed continually throughout the summer months. Recently, the daylily garden was designated as a Display Garden. The Society and MBG have formalized plans to enlarge the garden in the coming months. Montgomery Botanical Gardens is grateful for the gorgeous color and variety of plants created by the Daylily Society.
Covering the greenhouse with a shade cloth took lots of helpers.
Pictured are Linda Grayden, Roma Pirnie, Cathy Maddox, Tom McLemore, Karin Carmicheal and Dave Toelner.
Factors to Consider about Plants Before Use in Landscape:
- Cold hardiness
- Light requirement
- Moisture requirement
- Soil drainage needs
- Soil pH requirement
- Pest susceptibility
- Rate of growth and mature size