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    Showcasing God' s magnificent beauty through daylilies.

   "For I know the thought that I think towards you," says the Lord, "thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope."  Jer. 29:11

Flower Branch Gardens Daylily Farm

Flower Branch Gardens Daylily Farm is nestled in the beautiful piney woods

of southeast Texas, 70 miles north of Beaumont. We are surrounded by azaleas, camellias, gardenias, dogwood and magnolia trees, as well as other southern favorites. Our daylilies are Texas tough! They are not only naturalized to our brutally hot, dry Texas summers, they thrive in it! During the notorious drought of 2011, after months of no water, the daylilies shed most of their leaves and then went completely dormant. So much so, that I thought that I'd lost them all. But when the drought broke, the daylilies erupted to life! The following 2012 season was one of the most colorful and prolific seasons I had seen thus far.

The progressive seasons have been even better. New beds have been created, loaded with time-proven favorites and new "soon-to-be" favorites.  Flower Branch Gardens Daylily Farm is a licensed and state-inspected facility.

Tracey Stewart has been the sole proprietor of Flower Branch Gardens Daylily Farm since 2007. She has been a member of The American Daylily Society since that time, as well as a member of the Lufkin Daylily Society. When she is not working in the flower beds, she can be found in their other gardens - the vegetable gardens! Tracey and her husband Gary love to grow an extensive array of heirloom vegetables, and along with tending the chickens, dogs or hogs, rarely spend time indoors. 


We are eternally grateful to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who has afforded us such a beautiful way of life.  Without Him, none of this would be possible.

For God so loved the world, that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.  For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world, through Him, might be saved.  John 3:16-17