Welcome . . .
1736 Eagle Drive
Hixson, TN 37343
We will try to meet your request for shipping starting in April. This sometimes is a very wet month
which does not allow us to get into the field to dig. Remember, this is not Florida and plants will not
be large that early. Please be patient with us and we will get your orders out as close to the date
requested as possible. It would help us if you would make some suggestions for gift plants to send
with your order.
We will gladly hold plants from email and telephone calls for ten days, at which time we expect to
receive your written order and check in the mail. You will find an order form with this web site.
Sorry for this inconvenience, but we are a small family garden and have only so many plants of
Our garden is State inspected and our plants are guaranteed to be true to name. If for some reason
you receive plants you are not happy with, simply return them for a refund.
It has just become too expensive for us to accept credit cards. We do accept checks and Pay Pal.
If you find yourself in the southeast near Chattanooga, please stop and visit with us. In March,
April and May we have many newer cultivars blooming in the greenhouse. We usually have good
garden bloom from the end of May to the end of June. We will also have several thousand seedlings
blooming in late May and early June. A call ahead is appreciated to insure we are here to greet
you. Always some special garden prices.
Lee and Jean Pickles
Thank you for visiting our website. It is a work in progress and things are
added often. We invite you to check back to see what is new. A Left Click
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Growing daylilies in 2011 was trying. We had the longest stretch of over
90° on record with NO rain. August was the driest month on record in
Chattanooga. Yet, the daylilies managed to bloom and strut their stuff.
There was very little rebloom this year due to the drought.
Our daylilies are not “pumped up”. We do not throw the fertilizer to them
so that the fans are as big around as your wrist. Our plants usually get
less than normal fertilizer and water . . . they survive. Because of this, our
introductions normally grow better for other people than they do for us.
We have nine new introductions this year for your consideration. All are
tetraploids, and most are limited. We always grow a few of our
introductions in the greenhouse during the winter for those wanting their
|Sara helping Jean with one of
her perennial beds.
|Jean's raised perennial bed
gets prettier each year.
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