I have been looking at Park Lane Daylilies, too. Hope someone will put up a comment about them.
Paul2032 said:Thanks everyone for your kind responses. My order from Schriener's will be here later today or tomorrow and I will comment on the quality of the plants. Will look at the Lily Auction but that may be a mistake as I can be a pushover. As I mentioned before I chose Schriener's as a source because I wanted Mayott daylilies......
Do it!! She is a pleasure to deal with, great daylilies, and she has a reserve program, wherein you can reserve the daylilies you'll want to buy in Spring. I've ordered from Park Lane three times, and been very happy.
I'll add this personal experience: this past Spring, I had several daylilies -- from many different sellers -- that didn't come back. I emailed to ask her about an inexpensive daylily that I wanted to reorder, and she offered to send it for me for only the cost of shipping. I also added a $5 daylily to it, Pretty Little Polly. And even though my order was just the free replacement daylily and a $5 one, she included a bonus.
Frillylily said:Homestead Farms in Owensville Mo. Ron sends nice large plants at least 2 fans or more and they always do well for me. I used to order from Oakes but many of theirs are just over priced so it depends on what it is.
lovegrillin said: for the heads up on ParkLane Daylilies. They are about an hour and a half from me. Never knew they where there . Put some on reserve.
Hazelcrestmikeb said:Pat excellent suggestions. I just placed a order with Bonnie this morning