Unbelievably, due to the cool, rainy weather, many of the daylilies are still blooming as of July 22! We are seeing some rebloom on earlier varieties, and some of the later varieties are in full bloom. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL AND SET UP AN APPOINTMENT TO COME VISIT. The rain played havoc with our scheduled Open Garden days, but the garden has been so beautiful! Hope to see you soon!
WELCOME TO OUR SITE!
Woodlake Daylilies is the garden of Lori and Daniel Smith. We have 250+ varieties of daylilies. There is a wide variety including everything from miniatures to spiders, classics to recent introductions. I can remember our first trip to a daylily garden and being amazed at the variety and beauty they have to offer -- there is something for everyone! (And, they are so easy to grow!)
One of the great things about daylilies is the people that we meet. We joined the American Hemerocallis Society (AHS) and the Bluegrass Hemerocallis Society (BGHS) and would recommend it to anyone interested in daylilies. It is a great source for daylilies, daylily information and friends!
We also love to meet guests that come to our garden in the little town of Stamping Ground, Kentucky where buffalo once congregated. The address is 1181 Woodlake Rd., Stamping Ground, KY 40379. It is just a short drive from Lexington, Frankfort, or Georgetown. Our last 2013 Open Garden and Daylily Sale will be on Saturday, July 13 from 9 am until 2 pm. You are welcome to come other times, just be sure to call (502-535-4582) before you come so someone will be here to show you around.
Directions: From Georgetown, take 460 toward Frankfort. Turn right onto 227 and enjoy the approximately 8 mile country drive to Stamping Ground. Turn left onto Woodlake Rd. (1688 South), drive about 1/2 mile. You will see our mailbox (1181) in a group on the left. Turn right onto Woodlake Trac. We are at the end of the lane. From Frankfort, take 460 towards Georgetown and turn left on Woodlake Rd. When you see our mailbox (1181) in a group on the right, turn left. (If you get to Main Street, you went about 1/2 mile too far.)We are at the end of the lane.
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