Loretta’s Daylily Farm is family-owned and operated. Three generations help to keep the business going, but Loretta is the backbone. We opened in 1998 with 100 daylily varieties. We now have over 750 fine daylily varieties available for you to purchase. We provide some of the best Daylilies available at great values. We dig, label, and bag each plant for transporting.
Daylilies are hearty additions to any garden. They come in all shapes, sizes, forms, and colors. Daylilies begin to bloom in South Carolina around the second week of May and bloom through September. Our peak blooming month is June! We keep a collection of photos available for your viewing pleasure when our daylilies are not in bloom. You are welcome to stroll through our gardens where we specialize in daylilies! Park on the grass, and if you don’t see anyone, ring the bell out front.
For those who have visited us before, thank you for your loyalty. We appreciate your business and want to keep you coming back for more. If you have never ordered from us before we hope you’ll give us a chance to earn your business. We are open from sunrise to sunset Monday through Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Our address is 4855 West Hwy 501, Conway, S.C. 29527.
Please pick out what ever you like and place your order online, or you can call us at: 843-365-2291 to place your order. We will be glad to speak with you!
Some of our favorites:
Trade Last is a deep pink self with a green to yellow throat. It blooms in the middle, around July, with an extended period and lots of reblooms. It grows 24" tall and is 4 ¾" in diameter. It is dormant in the winter, but it multiplies like crazy!
Courtney’s top pick available to customers is Charming Ethel Smith. It is a double lavender self with a deeper halo. It is shaped like a peony. It grows 20” tall and is 6” in diameter. It blooms early and late in the season with lots of reblooms. The plant stays green throughout the year. “My favorite is Katie, but Grandma won’t sell it.”
Caroline couldn’t choose just one. Her top four daylilies are Alaskan Midnight, Cameroon Night, Dark Forces, and Masked Phantom. You can tell her favorite color in daylilies is purple!
Loretta’s top pick is Strawberry Candy. It is a strawberry pink blend with a rose red eye. It grows 26” tall and is 4 ½ “ in diameter with semi-evergreen foliage. It blooms and reblooms early and mid-season. The blooms stay a little longer than others