You are welcome to visit!
We welcome visitors by appointment, and we are happy to make special arrangements for garden clubs and other groups. Please email or call ahead to set up a convenient time.
When leaving a message, please provide a contact name and telephone number and/or email address along with the number of people in your party, the name or your organization (if any), preferred visit dates and times, and any special requests. We suggest at least one hour for the length of your visit. We will provide directions when you contact us.
Best time to visit
The best time to visit is when the daylilies are in bloom, of course! Bloom begins here in late June (except for a small number of extra earlies) and continues until about mid-August, depending on the season.
Peak bloom occurs around the second or third week of July.
Some daylilies will be in bloom until frost.
Daylilies look their best between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm, especially on hot days, but there is still plenty to see in late afternoon and early evening.
What to see
Mature Scots pine, spruce, maples, and black locust trees surround the four and one-half acre property. Grassy paths lead the visitor on a pleasant stroll through the display beds, while shady areas offer a place out of the sun to make your visit even more enjoyable.
Historic farmstead structures, including an 1860s farmhouse, wagon shed, smokehouse, and stone henhouse create the setting for a collection of historic daylilies (from Hemerocallis species to cultivars from the late 1800’s through 1970).
Modern daylilies share display beds with dwarf conifers, hydrangeas, ninebarks, coral bells, hardy geraniums, ornamental grasses, and more. Special daylily collections include doubles, unusual forms and spiders, and patterns. Hundreds of seedlings are under evaluation for our hybridizing program.
Loon Song Gardens is an official American Hemerocallis Society (AHS) Daylily Display Garden.
We look forward to sharing our garden with you!
Kathy and Mike Lamb