Cottage Farms 8-pc Collection Highfalutin Reblooming Daylily
Cottage Farms 8 PC Highfalutin Reblooming Daylily
Wow! Phillip is right, these varieties are simply beautiful. These are large and plentiful. I actually divided these and am selling this spring. . . to buy new varieties. ha I have been growing perennials for years and these are unique and reliable varieties. The bareroots arrived large, healthy and had blooms first summer. Got 2 years? ago and couldn't be more pleased. Thanks Cottage Farms!
I purchased this collection last year. Maybe 2 showed sign of growth, but through out the seasons, both of them were gone. I am always tempted by TV presentation, not any more.
I bought several sets of these last year, and planted them in good soil, and watered as directed, and fertilized with their fertilizer. Green leafy stuff got about 12" high on some, and the rest didn't even do that well. Not one single bloom on any of them. I'm not expecting much this year. I bought and planted rose plants, hydrangea, hibiscus as well s the day lilies from Cottage Farms. The only plants that did anything were the rose plants which got about 10" tall and had a few blooms before disease did a number on them, and they were supposed to be disease resistant. Never wasting my money again!
I live in Wisconsin, these are hardy, beautiful and super easy to establish. So glad I have them
I ordered these last spring and had beautiful blossoms all summer. I planted them against my house along the walkway. What a gorgeous welcome to my home!
disappointing all around
Bought this collection last year. Never really did anything. Only had 2 plants to thrive and didn't rebloom at all. Think I have learned a lesson in ordering plants. Have lots of lilies that bloom so wasn't soil, etc.
I Love Cottage Farms
I have ordered day lilies, roses, grasses etc. all from Cottage Farms and so far have not been disappointed.My 11 year old granddaughter wanted her very own flower beds, so we ordered the day liies for her.She planted them about 6 weeks ago and they are all starting to shoot up!We had no idea if we were planting them upside down or sideways, but it didn't matter! Just as Phillip said, they are finding their way.I can't wait to see them bloom.Patience is a virtue!LOL I really hate to see bad reviews.I feel that Cottage Farms will stand behind their plants, and a phone call is all it takes.Luckily I haven't had to do that.Good luck fellow gardeners!! I am new to this and my sub zero hybrid roses are just thriving as is my hibiscus.and I am so excited to have a beautiful yard for the first time.We need to start a gardening blog fi there isn't one already We should, give each other support and encouragement!!
Thought I was getting something unique
I was excited and ordered, thinking these colors were unique. Saw the exact same colors for much less at just regular box stores.
Colors were nice, but price is too high.
the last time I bought daylilies from Cottage Farms was about 7-8 years ago and they're still going strong. I finally wanted some fresh colors and these rebloomers seem to fit the bill. They came well packaged and ready to go. I've just planted them in pots to start out and hope to have some highfalutin color added to the garden.
I have recieved these bulbs as well as Roses, Full Size and Mini's, They've even been replaced! Most bulbs were dry and dead, 1 grew leaves and one flower, YELLOW! They were replaced 2 years in a row, same old, same old.....DEAD!!!...We live in Las Vegas, which they NEVER mention! Everything as GIFTS, So unable to really complain AGAIN!
The nursery purchased Lily's and Roses are WONDERFUL, just not the colors you've advertised!.It's hot here, so give us something other than Cacti, that will grow here!
Show me the reblooms
Raised CF reblooming lillies two years ago. Neither those nor these from last year ever showed the least sign of reblooming. Would like accurate and realistic details for all plants. Two bulbs did not bloom. Must say that Mardi Gras Parade and South Seas were gorgeous.
I purchased these last spring and had high hopes. Sadly, they've disappointed and really never developed into much of anything. They were planted in good soil in a raised landscape bed with full sun. I have daylilies, reblooming and others, that thrive, so I'm a little surprised by these. I'm not throwing in the towel and will give them this upcoming spring and early summer, keeping my fingers crossed, but I'm not terribly optimistic.