Welcome to Stone Meadow Gardens!
Field-grown Daylilies in Ashfield

We are a specialty garden in the woods of Ashfield where we grow 500 varieties of field-grown daylilies. And now hostas.

We now have many new varieties! That includes many Monson cultivars hybridized by Mary Hull. Check out our gallery to see what's new. We look forward to see you in the gardens this summer. Can't wait until July? Call us or order by email. And now we ship!



To Visit

Open Garden Days are:
10 AM to 4 PM, Thursday – Sunday
June 30 through August 7 except closed on July 28-31

for a private function.
To make an appointment outside of open hours call
413-628-3959 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
We are located at 241 Dyer Road, Ashfield, off rte 112
You can select your daylilies and we will dig them while you wait or arrange a pick up time at your convenience.


To Order

You can download an order form (right-click to download) and send it to us at P.O. Box 194, Ashfield, MA 01330 or leave it in the mailbox at the gardens. Or you can email an order to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Contact us for special orders.

We accept, Visa, Master Card, and Discover.

We can dig plants starting in May. 

Shipping is $8 for the first 4 plants and .50 per plant after that. We ship USPS. E-mail us your order. We will let you know availability and cost. You can either send a check or call us at 413-628-3959 to give us your credit card number.


What you gePink and Yellow Flowerst

Plants are double fans whenever possible. All are guaranteed.

Come to our garden in the woods, drink free lemonade, play a little croquet, hike, or lunch in the village while we dig your daylilies.
Hope to see you this summer.




About Us

Phil and Linda, along with their sons, Tyler and Kevin, bought the daylily business from New Hope Farm in Ashfield in 2001 as a family project. Then we moved all the dayllilies to our land on Dyer Road. For years we hired not just our sons, but also their friends, creating teen work opportunities in our rural town. Some day, when the boys are done with college, we'll build a house next to the daylilies. For now it's a beautiful field down a dirt road through the woods, dedicated to daylilies. We love the beauty of the flowers and sharing them with you.