Merrymeeting Daylilies
Cathy and Amanda Turner
80 Tash Road
New Durham, NH, 03855
All pictures were taken by Les at Merrymeeting Daylilies.
Clancy with Belladonna Starfish
Cactus Jack
Eyes of Maine
Give Me Eight
Isabelle Maraffi
Longfield's Twins
Daylilies to go!
All pictures were taken at Merrymeeting Daylilies.
 Wild One
Ruby Spider
Karen Sue
Rock Solid
Knife's Edge
Hip and Hop
 (and no, we can't tell them apart)
Great grand daughter Evie, and a British butterfly.
Les, with
 "Notify Ground Crew". 

That is one tall daylily!
A fine example of the rare "Schwinn Parts Flower", constructed and donated by cousin and Master Electrician, Wayne Faria of Dartmouth, Mass..
Last Man Standing...usually one of the last bloomers of the season, and a favorite of Les's.
For a little variety....this is NOT a daylily. This spectacular thing is a Nun Orchid. Les raised and photographed it in Florida.
Ready to go the their new homes...
Les in his office...with company.
Lily Munster...Cathy's new favorite!
Accidental Tourist
Texas Heat
Ranger Bob
Saint Francis of the Ferns
Annual Red Poppy
Clancy installing daylilies in Alton
Copper Kettle peony
Not your usual daffodils! This pic was taken in a neighboring garden.
Body Rub
Elegance of Summer
Ethel Shepherd
Highland Lord
Joe Pye Weed
Karen Sue
Kyoto Swan
Marque Moon
Merrymeeting Pumpkin Sunset, a short, heavy, bloomer.
Out East, available in limited quantities.
Prairie Wildfire
Rock Solid
Roots intact, budded, and ready to travel!
Ruby Spider
Sir Modred
Sunday River
Top Gun's Lola Scott
Anise...aka "bee food".....
A dragonfly making a brief visit with Les.
Some local spring color...lady slippers!
NEW Hours of Operation for 2021
From MAY 1 to September 1
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday  10 am to 5 pm

Other hours can be arranged, but please call ahead!
We have had so many phone calls and visitors already that we have decided to open on MAY 1, instead of our original plan for June 1. We may be a little rough around the edges here and there, but the plants are looking good!
The price for MOST of our plants is $15.00, potted/rooted/garden-ready...
but some varieties WILL VARY based on rarity, pot-size, and availability.

We will no longer be digging for immediate sale. If we do not have the plant you want in a pot already, but do have it in the ground, we will gladly take your name and phone number and dig it later. We will call you when it is ready for pick-up.