You're invited to the
2013 Daylily Bloom Festival
June 28th & 29th, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
6 Acres of Display • Over 1500 Varieties in Full Bloom • Free for the Whole Family!
Photos of the Garden
Join Daylily lovers from around the country at the 2013 Daylily Bloom Festival!
Come enjoy 6 acres of display, with over 1500 varieties in full bloom! Enjoy a hayride through the growing fields, walk amongst the display beds, or simply relax to the music of local artists.
The Daylily Bloom Festival is fun for the whole family! Kids can play in the sand area, bounce in the jumpie, and much more! Feel free to even bring the family dog - on a leash, please. Free refreshments are served and lunch is available for purchase.
Rain or shine...we’ll see you at the Festival!
Shots from the festival
Come one, come all…even Fido the family dog! Join fellow Daylily enthusiasts from all over, at the annual Daylily Bloom Festival. Rain or shine, you will be in awe by the beauty of our Daylilies! You never know…you might even run into ‘Smokey’, The University of Tennessee mascot!!
Free daylily for every guest!
No guest goes home empty handed…and that’s a promise! As a Thank You for coming out and taking joy in the beauty of our flowers, every guest is treated to a free Daylily. It’s the very least we can do to show our appreciation to all of our supporters!
There is even a chance to win one of several $100 Daylilies and other great prizes!
Plant Sale- Dozens of varieties at great prices; pre-dug and ready to take home
We have dozens of varieties of Daylilies for sale at great prices! All pre-dug and waiting for you to take them home! Brown, Lavender, Red, or Yellow, we have a Daylily for you!
Hundreds of varieties of potted daylilies, perennials, hosta, grasses, and clematis
Browse our best sellers, our NEW for 2013, or simply choose by bloom season, we have hundreds of varieties of potted Daylilies to choose from! And don’t forget about your Perennials, Hosta, Grasses, and Clematis – we have them too!
Activities for the kids, hayride, refreshments
How could we forget about the kiddos? After you enjoy free refreshments, or purchase a lunch for a reasonable price, sit and relax to the sounds from local musicians. The kids can jump off some energy in the bounce house or play the afternoon away in the sand! But before you go, take the whole family for a hayride through our growing fields!
Directions & Where to stay
Attending the festival from out of town? We have arranged for a special rate of $79/night at the Fairfield Inn Knoxville East (1551 Cracker Barrel Lane) for the days around the Festival. Ask for the Daylily Festival rate when you call — (865) 971-4033.
8153 Monday Rd, Corryton, TN 37721
Take the Knoxville Center exit off I-640 (formerly the East Towne Mall Exit), go north onto Washington Pike 10 miles. Turn left onto Corryton Rd., go 2 miles and turn right onto Monday Rd., 1/4 mile to the garden.
Another route from Knoxville is to take I-40 East to the Rutledge Pike exit (Exit 392). Go right (north) 8 miles and turn left onto Roberts Rd. (just past the C&K Equipment Co. which is on the right). The 2nd stop sign is Washington Pike. Turn right and go 3 miles. Turn left onto Corryton Rd., go 2 miles and turn right onto Monday Rd., 1/4 mile to the garden.