Great Expectations Daylilies

Welcome to Great Expectations Daylilies- Official Daylily Display Garden

Welcome to Great Expectations Daylilies- Official Daylily Display Garden

Welcome to Great Expectations Daylilies- Official Daylily Display GardenWelcome to Great Expectations Daylilies- Official Daylily Display Garden

Contact Us

Contact Us

We are an official ADS Daylily Display Garden (American Daylily  Society) located in Northeast Ohio with more than 900 registered modern hybrid daylilies and seedlings on display. Contact us for an appointment to visit. Garden visits are scheduled between 10AM and 2PM.

Great Expectations Daylilies

Contact us for more information!

Delmar & Rae Dickens

Montville, Ohio 44064 (Geauga County)


greatexpectations.daylily@gmail.com

oscar143@windstream.net

About Us

ADS Official Daylily Display Garden filled with modern hybrid daylilies.

Official ADS Daylily Display Garden

Official ADS Daylily Display Garden

Official ADS Daylily Display Garden

Great Expectations Daylilies is the name of our garden and is an official ADS Display Garden.  Growing daylilies is our hobby!  We also hybridize modern hybrid daylilies and are always happy to share our knowledge. Our garden is at our private residence and is not a commercial garden. Please contact us in advance to arrange a visit to the garden.


Although daylilies begin blooming in NE Ohio gardens at the end of June and continue to bloom and rebloom through September, peak time in our area is typically the second or third week in July.


We are current members of the American Daylily Society (ADS) and the Ohio Daylily Society (ODS).  Great Expectations is located about 30 minutes East of Curt Hanson's Crintonic Gardens. 


For more information about the Display Garden inquire through our CONTACT FORM.



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Daylily Plant Sales

Official ADS Daylily Display Garden

Official ADS Daylily Display Garden

We keep our display garden looking fresh by adding new daylily varieties, creating new seedlings, and reducing our extra plants by dividing and offering plant divisions to daylily enthusiasts at our plant sales and to our garden visitors.


These unique plants are hardy in NE Ohio and are currently not offered at  local retail locations. Our diversity makes us your #1 source for recently released locally grown healthy daylilies at very reasonable prices!


 At our sales, quantities of each cultivar are limited and sold on a first come first serve basis.  Cash and checks are accepted for payment. 

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Daylilies In The Garden

Official ADS Daylily Display Garden

Daylilies In The Garden

 

We currently grow over  900 different daylily varieties and have lots of seedings on display.

We are happy to welcome attendees traveling to and from the Region 2 ADS Convention in Coshocton, Ohio July 10-12!  Stop by and visit our rust-free ADS Display Garden, we will have many daylily varieties available for sale! Let us know if you plan to visit. Cash and checks accepted for payment.


 As our plants grow and increase we are happy to offer plants for sale to garden visitors through out the season.  Please contact us for information on price and availability.  We typically to not ship plants outside of our area.  


Download a picture catalog of the amazing daylilies grown in our Display Garden.  Just click on the button below!  It's a large file so it might take a minute to load!

2020 GE Plant Sale

2020 Plant Sale

  

NOTE:

We will not have equipment to process credit card payments but will be happy to accept cash and personal checks as a method of payment.

 

SUMMER DAYLILY SALE

Saturday, August 15th 8AM-3PM

    Chesterland Historical Foundation

    Village on the Green Flea Market

    7800 Mayfield Rd.

    Chesterland, OH  44026

    Corner of Caves Rd.& Mayfield Rd.

   (Rte. 322)

    Located next to the Train Depot

    Flea Market Admission $2

    Rain or Shine!

    Cash/Checks only

 

Quantities of each variety are limited. Come early for the best selection!

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Hybrid Dayliliess

Why not add amazing flowers like these to your garden?