Welcome to deer run daylily Gardens, llc!
 
 
 
Greetings from Deer Run Daylily Gardens!
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Welcome to Deer Run Daylily Gardens! As our name implies, we specialize in growing and selling plants of the genus Hemerocallis, commonly known as the daylily. But our interests are far reaching, including early spring bulbs, the genus Epimedium, various Iris and Lilium, plus much more. We offer a variety of hardy and reliable herbaceous perennial plants for sale in addition to the daylilies.
 
Our gardens and nursery are located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, approximately midway between Allentown and Philadelphia. Our sales season begins around mid-April and continues until early September. Peak daylily bloom occurs around July 1, with a variety of cultivars in flower beginning in late June, continuing throughout July and often into early August. We welcome your visit at most times throughout the gardening season. We request that you contact us before you come, as although we are usually here it is a disappointment for all of us if we miss your visit.
 
Included on our website are photos of most of the daylilies we offer for sale, numbering over 400. We grow over 1000 cultivars, including many older and spider type varieties, so if you are looking for a particular cultivar please contact us as we do not include all our sale plants in the catalog.
 
Directions and contact information for Deer Run Daylily Gardens can be found by clicking on the Directions to the Gardens tab at the top.
 
 
BELOW: one of our daylily sales beds in full bloom, with Spring Mountain in the distance.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
At far left, top-Deer Run Daylily Gardens, LLC, logo.
 
At far left, bottom-an April scene from our gardens.
 
Near left-Glimpses of the Past-Picture Postcards of the Goshenhoppen Region and Beyond. A southeastern Pennsylvania local history book compiled, researched and written by Aaron Heckler. Released in late 2007.