Indian Camp Daylilies

Region 5
Indian Camp Daylilies
2211 Indian Camp Road, Nashville, GA 31639, USA
Contact: David and Regina Richardson
Phone: (229) 238-1616
Preferred Contact Method: Phone Call, Email
Best Time to Visit: Mid may is peak, but contact the garden owner when planning your visit to see the best bloom time.
Hybridizer's Garden, Children Are Welcome, Appointment Necessary, Large Garden (more than an acre), Historic Display Garden, Private Garden

More about the garden:

This garden is on a two acre plot of land nestled near Regina’s father’s pecan orchard in Nashville, GA.  There are many other flowering plants to tease ones senses during a visit.  Lantana, Gardenias, climbing roses are interspersed between the beds of daylilies.  They grow their daylilies in both raised and in-ground beds.  

The yard has a screened in picnic area for visitors to relax and enjoy a snack while taking in the beauty of the property.  Their use of common structures, such as a simple kitchen sink, brings delightful eye appeal with a planting of sunflowers.   A pond with a fountain is adjacent to multiple beds of daylilies as well. 

The Richardson’s also have potted plants at their garden for sale to visitors.   

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