Welcome to Harbour Breezes Daylilies and Japanese Iris at Jeddore on Eastern Shore of NS , near Dartmouth, Halifax Nova Scotia

All About Daylilies

If you're new to daylilies this section of our website should help you feel more knowledgeable about them.  It will help you understand the terms that are used to describe daylilies.  With more than 80,000 varieties now available, the more that you know about them, the better it will be for you if you are making decisions about any new varieties that you'd like to obtain. 

Below is a powerpoint presentation that will take you through a visual and written explanation of the important details usually listed in daylily catalogues. 

Hybridizing Daylilies

I didn't plan to get into hybridizing daylilies, I just wanted to leave that for the experts and I'd content myself with collecting and selling what other hybridizers were developing. Then, international hybridizer Ted Petit and his wife Susan, visited my garden and told me I needed to hybridize. I have been working on a few plants every year and usually get 100 to 200 seeds. Because my property is extremely rocky that's about all I can handle for space to plant new plants because it takes weeks to prepare a new bed. Daylilies are very easy to hybridize.

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