Silver Creek Daylilies

Mandy and Ed McMahon
3337 40th Street.
Hamilton, Michigan 49419
Ph: (269) 751-7074

Silver Creek Daylilies, in Hamilton Michigan, is home to the McMahon family. My husband Ed and I and our children Connor, Brogan, Sawyer, Teghan and Brecken all enjoy being outdoors. The kids spend most of their time outside playing basketball, riding bikes, building forts and jumping on the trampoline while I tend to the gardens.

The main daylily garden holds approximately 400 parent plants used in my hybridizing program. Summer are full of anticipation and excitement waiting for some of the 11,000 seedlings to bloom. Each July brings new surprises and many smiles. Silver Creek Daylilies has been growing daylilies and other perennials for ten years and I've been concentrating on hybridizing daylilies for the last six. My goals in hybridizing are common to many others in that I'm looking to produce daylilies with great plant habits, scapes and bud count especially in the north. I love daylilies that are big, round and full of character. I'm thrilled to see double edges, toothy edges and colors that knock your socks off showing up in the seedling field. The soothing pastels colors are always welcome too. Crabapples trees, roses, foxgloves, daisies and peonies are other favorites grown in my cottage style garden.

I enjoy sharing my love of daylilies with others, and am an active member of the Grand Valley Daylily Society and recently joined the Kalamazoo Area Daylily Society as well. If you have any comments or questions please e-mail or call me, Mandy McMahon.

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Information about : Silver Creek Daylilies

Take M-40 to 134th Avenue. Follow 134th Avenue East 3 miles
to 3337 40th Street. This is a dead end road and we are the last drive way
on the left. Follow the long gravel road to the white house. Please call before driving out,
 as we may be out bringing the kids to their activities, Thank you Mandy


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