| ||Daylily - Caprician Fiesta |
Reviewed by Carter Burlington: Planted this last may, bloomed well, great tall scapes and very showy. The color and the eye really make it stand out.
| ||Fairy Tail Pink Daylily |
Reviewed by Paul Kirlan: Wilds ships superior plants ready to grow and bloom. Fairy Tail Pink is one I have grown several times and it is just beautiful and not expensive. Great color and substance. Tried and true and it will give you a lot of enjoyment. Great company to deal with.
| ||Daylily - Siloam Double Classic |
Reviewed by Linda Leach: Of all of the daylilies I have purchased from Wild's, this one is my favorite. No photo can do it justice.
| ||Moonlit Masquerade Daylily |
Reviewed by Peggy Kerner: This is one of the most beautiful daylilies I have ever seen. The colors are so vibrant - and they don't fade out. It is a strong, very showy constant bloomer.
| || Fairy Tale Pink Daylily |
Reviewed by Peggy Kerner: This daylily is the queen of my collection. Photos don't do this beautiful daylily justice, you've got to see it in person to really appreciate it's greatness - no wonder it's an award winner. It's a real bloomer so give it plenty of space.
| ||Daylily - Siloam Amazing Grace |
Reviewed by Alice Phillips: Absolutely beautiful, blooms profusely and for a long time.
| ||Daylily - Cherry Cheeks |
Reviewed by Danni Joshua: This is a beautiful bloom. I was so surprised at the beautiful tropical color.
| ||Daylily - Little Grapette |
Reviewed by Danni Joshua: This is a flower that never disappoints. Every year for the past 4 years I have had loads of beautiful blooms and color from this flower. It stands upright and has a slight sweet smell.
| || Hosta |
Reviewed by Laurie Jensen: What a wonderful treat these have been! Watching them come up, finding may gems in the mix. (Is there such a thing as a "bad" Hosta?). They are lining my stairway to my place I call Heaven. I plan on ordering another 100, to fill out the yard. Excellent plants, well packaged. And, I might have gotten a few more than 100...Thank you!
| ||Hyperion Daylily |
Reviewed by Susan Veatch Cantrell: These lilies are so tall and majestic they add nobility to the garden, yet each individual flower is elegantly simple with its long, slender petals. I had read Hyperion is an old favorite. Having grown them for several years now, my garden will never be without them. They cannot be over-rated.
| ||Mary Todd Daylily |
Reviewed by Anne Lewis: Huger flowers....very excellent true bright yellow. Planted in very HOT summer weather, it does very well.
| ||Hostas by the Handful |
Reviewed by Shirley Gray: I saw your ad in our REC magazine and was needing quite a few plants for an area and thought these were something I could afford to plant all at once. I ordered plants from you 30 years ago and knew you were a reputable company, but I wasn't prepared for the plants I received at that price. Most of them have come up and they look fabulous. I told my sister and niece about them and they each ordered some. My other sister is also considering ordering . I am planning to order more next year if they are available. I am also going to order peonies and iris for fall. I am impressed!
| ||Peony - Coral Charm |
Reviewed by Patricia Warner: This peony is spectacular! My plant is in it's third year - covered with blooms (and they last when picked for a week). It is very early - good for Virginia.
| ||Hosta - (25) By the Handful |
Reviewed by : The hostas that I received were so healthy and so large. After planting them, it was less than a week before they were all popping out of the ground in beautiful and bountiful form. Usually, hostas from other companies only come up a few leaves for the first couple of years. These truly are quite attractive for all their tender youth. I will definitely order from your company again!
| ||Hosta By the Handful |
Reviewed by Mary Ceccolini: This was the best investment I ever made. Every single plant has thrived - one more beautiful than the next. If you have a large area to plant, you can't go wrong with this offer.
| ||Daylilies |
Reviewed by Deb Johnson: Great plants, even got a bonus I wasn't expecting. Would definitely be repeat buyer.
| ||Great Deal! |
Reviewed by Carol Sendak: I lined our lengthy garden path with these day lilies I bought from Gilbert Wild years ago and they get better and better every year. Every plant bloomed and all survived.
| ||Oriental Lily - Casa Blanca |
Reviewed by Mimi Keating: I purchased 3 casa blanca oriental Lilies from you many years ago, and have not seen lilies from any sources like it. It blooms every year in this huge white flowers - sometimes a dozen per stem.
| ||Handful of Hosta |
Reviewed by Karyn Cichocki: I have purchased the Handful of Hosta several years now and I can't tell you how happy I have been. I've gotten spectacular Hosta at bargain prices and my garden was a showcase this year. I highly recommend buying these, you can't beat it.
| ||A must-have Daylily |
Reviewed by Molly Cress: A very dependable bloomer with an extremely long bloom season. I planted it with Little Grapette and Stella de Oro - a beautiful combination with a very long bloom season. Gordon Biggs bloomed as long as Stella last year. Gordon Biggs does well here in full sun or part shade. It holds its color well even on the sunniest days (which are rare here in NE Ohio), although I think the color is deeper and richer in partial shade.. It makes a good sized clump the first year, and I divided it at the end of the second season.
| ||Peony - SPECTACULAR |
Reviewed by P C Warner: I have four plants near each other and this spring they were absolutely outstanding. People remarked on their beauty. Last year they were good but I think peonies need 2-3 years to come into their own. These really, really did.
| ||Peony - Winged Victory |
Reviewed by Leslie Wolfe: I have ordered from Gilbert H. Wild for years and think their products and prices are great.
| ||A Beginners Starter Peony Collection |
Reviewed by Toni Link: I'm especially wanting a late blooming red peony. I remember that when I got your catalog peonies were described, pictured and labeled as to when they would bloom. Thank you.