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They can take a full day of sun, but they don’t need it. They can go from 40 degrees to 90, unlike a lot of other flowers.
Some varieties begin the bloom cycle at the end of June, while others begin blooming in July and August." The Dickens are members of the American Daylily Society.
Cleveland, Ohio - A huge daylily sale is happening in Chesterland mid-August, featuring varieties that you might not find in garden centers.
The daylilies are from the nearly three-acre display garden of hybridizers Delmar and Rae Dickens.
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The company, Great Expectations, apparently set expectations a little too high.Bloom shapes and textures vary widely, and heights range from tall to petite. A downloadable catalog of the plants will be on the website beginning August 1.The Dickens call their display garden Great Expectations Daylilies. The plants that will be for sale are significantly less expensive than their introductory price.“When a hybridizer creates daylilies from seed it takes several years for it to be evaluated, registered and made available for commerce,” Rae explained.The sale, with a limited quantity of each daylily variety, takes place 8 a.m. Saturday, August 17, at the Chesterland Historical Foundation Flea Market at 7800 Mayfield Road. “We purchase newly released daylilies from the major hybridizers in the country for our display garden.The average price of newly released daylilies is about 0 each.