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1988
Jenkins Daylily Garden


Jenkins Daylily Garden

Adjacent to Shaw’s original stone wall, this garden provides a link between the Goodman Iris Garden and the historic district of the Missouri Botanical Garden. Daylilies are hardy and tolerate the summer heat very well. They display a wide range of colors and flower prolifically. Hydrangeas and ornamental grasses accent the massive drifts of daylilies, traversed by grass paths. Peak season of flower is June and July.

 

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