Logo: Daylilies & Enuf Fluff

FRUGAL PERENNIAL GARDENING, Seeds, Angora fluff to spin into yarn, and Giant Angora Rabbits too!

Our October 2019 babies are almost ready for new homes! Contact: frugalperennial@earthlink.net

Image: Giant Angora kits born October 2019

Image: Goldie (momma bun) and Oreo at 3 months

Momma bun Goldie and son Oreo (3 months old) in the exercise pen. When we get a haircut, the fluff turns into lovely soft fuzzy yarn!

Humanely treated - spoiled rotten - we love our rabbits!


Larry's Obsession (hybridized by Petit), gorgeous but expensive, gave me some nice seedlings

Image: baby Giant Angora

I am on the hunt for another silver marten (like baby above) or otter Giant Angora (or German Angora) Please contact me if you have one to sell! frugalperennial@earthlink.net

Image: Pure bunny yarns and angora fiber for spinning and felting.

See the For Sale tab for angora fiber, dye seeds, Daylily seeds - yarn in the future, too.  

Contact: frugalperennial@earthlink.net

Image: Hemerocallis 'Arctic Lace'

Hemerocallis 'Arctic Lace' - (Stamile, 2005) a real beauty with high budcount and branching - turning out to be a great parent and color clarifier.

Daylilies are very easy to start from seed and will give you tough, easy care plants with lots of spectacular blooms. If you start them inside, in the spring (like your tomato plants) you will have husky plants by fall, and they may bloom the following summer (you may have to wait another year depending on your climate). Once established, daylilies can withstand drought and neglect, and keep increasing in size so that you can share them with your friends!

Getting fiber from rabbits to make yarn or use for felting does NOT hurt them! Regular haircuts are essential for their health! Does cutting your hair hurt you? It doesn't hurt them either!

Image: Babies! May 2015

Cadbury's REW kit and Misty's Tortoiseshell kit, not as fluffy as their mommas yet 4 weeks old

Image: tortoiseshell Giant Angora

tortoiseshell junior

. Enjoy the pictures. Update 12/28/19 Thanks for stopping by, and Happy Gardening! Please do NOT use my pictures without permission.

Image: Mexican Holiday and Gaillardia

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