Harmon Hill Farm, located in Zone 5 in southern New Hampshire, is operated by Carl and Marlene Harmon. We've been growing daylilies since 1998
and display over 4,500 cultivars and our price list contains over 2,000 cultivars. While we are well known for our large selection of modern
northern and Region 4 hybridizers' introductions we also carry a fair amount of southern intros that have turned out to be hardy here in NH
Don't miss our Photo Gallery page. You'll find over 1,800 photos of the 2,000+ daylilies we have
for sale grouped alphabetically.
Update for 2022
We are proud to have been selected by Mike Maher,
Dan Matzek, Mike Huben and
Bob Sobek to release their new and previous introductions. We have also been selected by
Lori-Ann Jones to sell her previous introductions. Lori still handles the sales of her newst intros at
Knoll Cottage Daylilies .
Thank you to all of our customers for visiting our garden during this very hot summer. Now in August we are past peak so we are
only open by appointment or by chance. Please call or text (603) 521-5538 or email ahead before
coming. We accept cash and checks only.
In 2021, we added a New for 2021 tab on this web site of over 60 exciting
hard to find daylilies that were being offered for the first time here at Harmon Hill. These clumps were divided in early May 2021 for
sale and the remainders were lined out. On this list are a lot of very hard to find Judy Davisson, Curt Hanson, Jamie Gossard and
several other great hybridizers whose plants have performed well here in Zone 5, Southern NH and are now ready to be distributed.
We redid a large bed to put these plants into and those that did not sell out should put on a wonderful display for our garden visitors
The “New for 2021” was very successful so we are going to repeat it with about 40 more new plants for sale in 2022 so we have made a
new website tab labeled New for 2022.
Over the past 2 years we have made some effort to reduce our total number of daylily varieties by not purchasing a lot of new plants
like we always used to do and by being willing to sell the last plant of older and sometimes lesser performing plants. But as we are
true daylily addicts we cannot resist and are very thankful for the many gifts and trades we receive of high performing plants from our
many wonderful valued daylily friends across the US and in Canada. The joy of seeing new plants bloom and perform well here is what keeps
us going and putting in all the hard work. Between the generosity of Cameron Stern and the NEDS fall auction we brought in around
45 new varieties of Judy Davisson’s outstanding plants to the garden last year. Four or five of the very best new scapes were on
2 or 3 year old plants last year from my good friends and fabulous hybridizers Mike Derrow out of West Virginia and Don Church of Maine.
Too many people to properly list but the likes of Bill Chambers, Bryan Culver, Dave Mussar, Bill Waldrop, Charles and Heidi Douglas,
Paul Owen, Dan Robarts, Janice Kennedy, Ramona Titus, Harold and Leila Cross and many others have been great friends and contributors
of wonderful plant material to HHF. As part of the NEDS auction plants program and Karol’s generosity, we will be growing close to 30
new wonderful plants of Karol Emmerich on display for 2 years and for a future NEDS sale. Our biggest shout out has to go to Cyril
and Mary Beth Weller out of NY who have shared so many of their wonderful plants with HHF over the past 3 years or so. Dave and Reglindis
Emerson formerly from NH and after many years in Minnesota Siberia have returned to the NH area and his large collection of named intros
and hundreds of select seedlings spent their first winter here vacationing in NH and as anyone local knows finding and winning a bid
on a new house around here is very difficult. While we wish them success in their search for new digs there is a chance that we will
be seeing his collection and seedlings bloom here this year as well.
We have once again added another 40 or so new to us Iris varieties which will bloom from May 10th to the first week of June. We
have also added about 25 more Liliums varieties and have many potted Liliums for sale, including a decent quantity of two of the most
sought after Liliums here Carbonero and Viva La Vida. Our Iris and Lilium Display plants are now well over 200 varieties of each and
somewhere around 80 varieties of Hosta are also on display here. Our Hosta selections for sale have dropped off but we do have 4 new
varieties we brought in in 2021 still available and hope to get a few more. A new 50 plant Hosta display bed was planted in the fall of
2020 at the entrance to the garden where the pavement changes to a dirt road and this Hosta Display should really start to come on here
With the help of part time helper Nicholas Rioux and veteran helper and plantsman Cameron Stern, we got nearly all of our weed
problems under control and the garden looked the best it has in years and those efforts have now proven even more fruitful as spring
cleaning and weeding, while still a huge job, has been much easier than I can remember, except for my being another year older.
Like lots of nurseries during this pandemic, Harmon Hill had its best sales years ever in 2020 and again in 2021. We had very large
numbers of first time visitors and we hope old and new customers and friends return again this year, we are expecting even greater
things for our garden in 2022.
Carl & Marlene Harmon
H (603) 880-6228
C (603) 521-5538
Please call or email us to make an appointment to visit.
Click here for directions.
We ship to the US and Canada and also hand-carry plants and orders every year to Toronto at the CAN-AM Meeting,
normally held the first weekend in May.
We are primarily a field grown daylily nursery and dig on demand. We are now offering some
daylilies in pots and we will continue to increase the number of daylilies available in pots.
While we have a rather large price list, there are a great many other daylilies that are available as well.
If you do not see a plant you are looking for, send us an email or give us a call to check on availability.
We are often able to help our customers find a source if we are sold out or do not happen to grow the daylily
they are looking for.
"Grow Them Well" everyone!