More about the garden:
The Limmer garden is located on the north shore of Long Island. Visitors coming to this smaller 6/10th acre garden will have have a rare treat in seeing the largest weeping Blue Atlas Cedar in the United States on this property. Paul, also a hybridizer, is very selective with what stays in the garden to further evaluate for a possible future introduction. To date, he has introduced eight daylilies.
Along with the 1200+ daylilies, Paul has multiple Japanese Maples, Asiatic lilies, various perennials, and a cute greenhouse that is the winter home to several banana trees also living on the property. It is climate controlled all year round and is a wonderful escape on cooler winter days.
The garden is in zone 7, making it possible to also grow citrus trees. Paul has lemon, orange, tangerine and grapefruit that he enjoys harvesting fruit from. He welcomes visitors at any time during the bloom season to share his love of gardening with them.