Daylilies are amazing. They put forth a beautiful bloom and it is gone in a day, only to be replaced the next day with another glorious bloom. Jesus told us to consider the lilies of the field in order to encourage us to have faith in God’s provision for us. This in turn is to encourage us to share what God blessed us with today with others, knowing that God will have new blessings for us tomorrow.
If you have a sunny spot in your yard, you should plant a daylily or two or three or a hundred and forty-six. This will remind you to thank God for his care for you. It can also remind you to pray for the poor and for The King’s Jubilee. This is why we are planning a daylily sale in May.
I have found a source of locally grown daylilies in Dublin, PA. They will make available to us three or four varieties of naturalizing daylilies. We will take orders, then deliver them to churches for planting in mid May.
I am looking for a volunteer to coordinate this for various parishes in the Delaware Valley. If you can help us in this way, give us a call or send an email. Thanks.