The Daylily Garden is a National Display Garden maintained by the Ozark Daylily Society. The collection includes over 800 named cultivated varieties arranged in 10 large flower beds and a small gazebo in the heart of the display. One planting bed designated for heirloom types and one bed designated as produced by a local/regional hybridizer. Blooms are best seen June - July.
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*All Daylily Garden photos courtesy of Aaron J. Scott Photography
The Daylily Garden is located southeast of the Springfield Botanical Center, just east of the Dr. Bill Roston Native Butterfly House. The garden is in peak bloom during early summer, complemented by the Asiatic Lily and Peony Gardens, which bloom around the same time.