Daylily Lady: Isabel Hibbard Gardens

Isabel Hibbard Gardens:
The Original Daylily Lady from Long Island NY

Nationally Recognized American Hemerocallis Society's Display Garden
Located on Long Island at 4 Nancy Drive in Farmingdale, NY 11735

Sadly Isabel Hibbard who was the original daylily lady passed away July 20th 2012 just a matter of feet from her beloved daylily garden where she perfected her cultivation and hybridizing techniques since 1968.

Isabel is my mother and together we were introduced to exciting world of daylilies (Hemerocallis) along with other flowering and ornamental plants.

Isabel Hibbard's (The Daylily Lady’s) extensive collection of daylilies she hybridized and all of the other perennials she collected from around the world in her garden will be sold with all the proceeds going to charity.

We ask that you do not to contact us at this time, but instead if you are interested in some or all of what is left in the garden register for the plant liquidation sale on this site so you can be advised when the garden will be sold off as my father can no longer maintain it on his own. Proceeds from the sale will be used to support wildlife and animal rescue charities which was my mothers desire.

Introduction to Isabel Hibbard Gardens by the Late Isabel Hibbard:

Daylily Lady: Isabel Hibbard Gardens a Nationally Recognized American Hemerocallis Society's Display Garden

Welcome To My Garden and I Hope You Enjoy Your Visit

I have dedicated more than 23 years to hybridizing daylilies with an emphasis on extending the blooming season well into September and October in Zone 7.

I have created about 40 introductions of both LATES to VERY LATES - all well beyond the old benchmark late blooming daylily "Sandra Elizabeth".

My garden in Farmingdale is set up for year-round enjoyment but since we are in Zone 7, this means the real show is February through November.

February blooming plants starts with Eranthis, Snowdrops and then comes the Winter Jasmine, Hellebores and Camellias.

April and May thousands of all kinds of spring bulbs are in full bloom. After that the Iris put on a big show together with different varieties of Astilbes and early Lilies and an assortment of perennials, new hybrid Mountain Laurels as well as Rhodies and Azaleas.

My biggest thrill comes in June with the start of a kaleidoscope of colored Daylilies and a rainbow of companion plants, and the show goes on and on until the end of September with some still blooming into October.

In the fall, the Asters, Japanese Anemones, Toad Lilies, Aconitums, and Mums all join in a final hurrah in my garden.

We welcome visitors to our garden with prior notice since I have a flexible work schedule, I can be home to greet them.

I have been keeping prices very reasonable, even so on my new daylily introductions. Some plants are in limited supply.

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