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Rick Caldwell has low cost daylilies in variety of colors

A note: If you drive to Rick Caldwell's to buy daylilies, going from the Public Square in Columbia and using Greensburg ST, you'll be able to see daylily plantings better than any in Southern Living at the old Herb and Sarah Taylor Place, now the home of Mr. And Mrs. Billy Conn, in the curve at Greensburg ST at Rice ST. -EW

Rick Caldwell writes:
I have daylilies I will sell for $5.00 a plot. Split up one plot will make 5 or 6 plots next year. I was going to sell them in pots but gave up on it. I have a very good bed of them now growing and blooming. I have yellow, red. pink and various other rare colors. I'm at 714 Mitchell ST, Columbia, KY (MAP) --Rick Caldwell
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