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|On Jul 6, 2006, danceaway Schererville, IN wrote:
My husband and I went from Schererville IN today to view the Coburg Planting Fields and purchase some daylilies. We were so happy with what we saw. These lily gardens are so beautiful, well organized and very very high quality. Coburgs have very good prices and we were so pleased with our purchases and what we got for our money. The persons owning these lily fields have very good knowledge of their lilies and are very good people. We do highly recommend Coburgs for persons to see in person or to order by mail. You will NOT be disappointed but will be very happy with what you purchase. We will drive back again really soon and purchase more of these top quality lilies
|On May 24, 2006, sadie_mae Central, KY (Zone 6b) wrote:
I ordered several species daylilies from Coburg and am very pleased with my order. I received multiple fans on most of them, they were in great shape and packed very well. They also shipped exactly when I requested. Would not hesitate to order from them again. From reviewing their catalog, they've got a lot of other nice cultivars as well.
|On Apr 27, 2006, pollyk Hannibal, NY (Zone 6a) wrote:
|On Jan 16, 2005, gardendollee Hammond, IN wrote:
The city flower in the town I live in is the daylily. We (the garden club) bought ALL of our plants at Coburn in 2004. We found the owners to be knowledgeable and very helpfull. I have many of the plants in my garden personally and I am impressed with the quality. Their prices are very fair too. Go visit their farm it is really nice!
|On Aug 9, 2004, timcole Chesterton, IN wrote:
This "company" is very popular in this area of Indiana -- a local "favorite son," protected and uncorrupted from commercial and big-business interests by those locals who want quality dayliles. The business is run entirely outside by college professors and a horse (who provides the manure) only during the planting season for daylilies (and before fall term).