When they married in 1992, Delbert and Brenda designed flower gardens surrounding their home on their 165-acre cattle ranch near Cashion, northwest of Oklahoma City. The gardens have been enhanced many times by adding raised beds and new plants. Their garden comprises three distinct areas with borders around their home, barn, and field. A pergola provides comfortable seating to survey the colorful beds and borders. The Jindras have a diverse collection of daylilies of all shapes, sizes, and colors, from historic plants to the most modern cultivars from hybridizers throughout the United States. The garden includes an extensive collection of plants registered by forty-four members of AHS Region 11, including recent introductions by Clint Barnes, Michael Bouman, Bob & Eric Tankesley-Clarke, Jesse Emmons, Kathy Krattli, Terry Lopp; Ashton Lopp, Seajay Mock, Terry Pitts, Diana Plahn, Ann Redmon, Nancy Rold, Bob Scott, and Patti Waterman. In 2005, the Jindras were pleased to be awarded AHS Display Garden status. Recently they also added several daylilies hybridized by Karol Emmerich, Judy Davisson, Robert Selman, and Eric Simpson. Delbert raises beef cattle on the ranch and has several donkeys guard the cattle. He also tends a herd of goats that are natural grazers of weeds that grow around the barns and farm. A miniature donkey named Little Bit guards the goats and is a loving companion. The Jindras hope you enjoy their rural garden paradise, and they are so happy to share it with you.