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Rainbow Hill Daylily Farm
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MAIL ORDERS/GARDEN VISITATION - Starting spring/summer/fall of 2010 we have realigned our business endeavors to best accommodate the operations of both our landscape management schedule dba: “BEST-
LAWNS” & daylily nursery dba: “Rainbow Hill Daylily Farm.” We are now primarily doing business with the daylilies via mail ordering only. Visitation of the nursery may be possible "by appointment only" when scheduling allows. If we are available by appointment, visitation may be possible during peak blooming - ranging from the last week of June thru mid-July. Thru our website endeavors our online catalog is always available for browsing 24/7 to place mail orders via email at:

rainbowhilldaylilyfarm@hotmail.com

MAIL ORDER SALES INFORMATION We accept mail orders/reservations for our "bare-root" daylilies throughout the year. Shipping period is from early May thru September (evergreens we ship no later than mid-August). Only in special cases will we ship later than September ending. If a customer is located in a warmer zone in the south, such as Florida or Texas, we may consider shipping outside of our regular seasonal shipping window as possible. We are now shipping internationally for minimum sale daylily orders of $300 (special handling/shipping fees apply - call or email for details). Customers may contact us by phone Mondays thru Saturdays 9AM-6PM Eastern Standard time throughout the year for spring, summer or fall mail ordering. We can either ship your daylilies via Priority Mail or arrange an appointment for local pickup here at our nursery. Payment must follow phone order reservations asap via mail (check or money orders) or by PAY PAL (add 3% service fee) - before bare-root mail orders are held for shipment or dug & ready for local pickup.

PLANTING TIMING - Daylilies in our region zone may be planted anytime during the spring/summer/fall growing season. Each year we are asked, “When is the best time to plant daylilies?” Personally, the best timing to plant is truly, “the moment one discovers the daylily(s) desired for their gardens!” In other words: “the sooner the better!” Unlike other plants, daylilies can be planted anytime from spring thru fall. However, the longer you wait to plant, the longer it will be before getting increase forming a mature clump. So, if your a native hoosier and it’s spring and you’re contemplating growing daylilies, buy & plant for the spring timing. If you happen to think “DAYLILIES” during mid-summer timing, get them in the ground asap to get them transplanted, prepared and “rooted-in” as early as possible before winter. Fall planting timing is ok too …but don’t wait too long! First week of October is the very latest we recommend for safe Indiana bare-root transplanting on dormant/semi-evergreen daylilies (tender evergreen daylilies should be planted no later than late-August). However in the far south I have heard others suggesting it is better to plant either spring or fall as per their extreme hot summer growing conditions. Planting with “our daylilies” during mid-summer 80-100 degree hot temperatures have never caused issues with transplanting here in our zone. Our entire hillside gardens were planted during the hottest and driest mid-July timing experienced during summers of 1999 & 2000 - our daylilies indeed have passed the ultimate heat-stress test for transplanting in our region 5-zone.

For already acquired daylilies growing within your own garden we make the same recommendation: the sooner you transplant, the sooner you’ll be enjoying better blooming and increase from your daylilies!

GUARANTEE - We guarantee all daylilies, from our nursery, to be state inspected, true to name and freshly dug divisions. If for some reason you are not satisfied with your plants upon receipt, do not plant them - simply return them for a full refund. If in the event a daylily does not survive within your region for a year from the date of purchase, we will replace the plant - if you follow our "planting instructions." Furthermore, we do not alter our digital camera photos we take of our “individual daylilies” in any way shape or form. The colors you see in our daylily pics are exactly how the camera takes the snapshot. In most all cases, the daylilies look even better in person than what you see in our photos.

We require a minimum order of $50.00 for domestic mail order purchases. Indiana residents must pay both shipping and sales tax on all purchases.* At the present time, we accept personal checks, money orders, Pay Pal & credit card payments thru Pay Pal as well. Cash payment is also accepted for local purchases when visiting our nursery. Please print and include our website’s order form when ordering our daylilies by mail. Also, you may call us for mail order reservations. Customers will receive a generous bloom sized ‘bare-root’ single fan division for each daylily ordered.** It is best to email or call ahead to check availability on our inventory before sending your order/payment.

RESERVED MAIL ORDERS for spring will be ready for local customer pickup beginning the 1st weekend of May. Local customers getting reserved daylilies at our nursery must call ahead for an appointment to confirm a pickup date and time.

*Shipping fees: Priority Mail USA Shipping/handling fees will be $6.00 for the 1st single fan division ordered (add $1.00 for each additional single fan division ordered for wholesale or Intro's sold as single fan buys. Our maximum shipping charge is $50.00 regardless of amount of daylilies purchased “at regular price.” Out of country shipping rates will vary (call or email for a quote). Indiana residents add State Sales Tax on all purchases. **Large single fans apply for all Intro‘s, an entire registration’s increase is given with Memorial/Gift Daylilies and stated bulk quantities apply within our Wholesale offerings. Please see our other links within our main page area for more info on other special daylily offerings.


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