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Starting September : Open by appointment only
Final Sale: September 10 & 11 (Sa, Su)
Pre-potted daylilies on sale
The more you buy the greater the discount

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Pagoda Pond Gardens

Vermont Hardy Daylilies

We are a small family-owned daylily nursery in East Braintree, Vermont specializing in zone-4 hardy daylilies. All daylilies have been field grown for at least a year at Pagoda Pond, most for several years. We are happy to show you the gardens and answer your questions about growing daylilies, daylily history, and hybridizing new daylilies. 

The gardens includes over 1200 varieties of daylilies -- diploids, tetraploids,

all sizes and colors, early, mid, and late-season bloomers, spiders, eyed,

ruffled, doubles, and unusual forms. We sell double-fan or larger plants and
prices vary
from $10 - $50, with most in the $12 - $20 range.

Our collection also includes the original daylily species imported from Asia

hundreds of years ago. These simple daylilies are the ancestors of all of today's modern hybrid daylilies.

The Heirloom Garden has 250+ early hybrids from the late 1800s to the mid-1900 arranged in chronological order. We have been growing heirloom varieties for several years and we now have enough to offer some of these for sale.

Please Note:

This year we are unable to custom dig plants for our visitors due to health issues.

We will have a variety of pre-dug and potted daylilies for sale and will continue to pre-dig those varieties that are especially popular and those that we have an abundance of.

Going forward we are emphasizing the garden experience for our visitors rather than the selling of daylilies.

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September Hours:
Open by appointment only

Location: 228 Blanchard Rd, East Braintree, VT 05060

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A daylily border at Pagoda Pond

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Pagoda Pond daylily border

The field garden at Pagoda Pond

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