The home of Terry Lopp and family where livestock and Daylilies make up the farm and gardening. Sheep are the primary livestock raised on the farm. Terry and his son Ashton have been hybridizing Daylilies since 2008. Katahdin and mixed hair breeds of sheep have been raised here since 2002. At Windswept Farm & Gardens, the Daylily collection numbers over 1200 registered cultivars and a few thousand seedlings. Ashton is the 5th generation in the family to collect Daylilies but the first to take up hybridizing. The garden is about 2 acres of plants primarily focused on Daylilies. A large number of flowering shrubs and trees are scattered among the Daylily beds, including Chaste, Crepe Myrtle, Crab Apple Magnolia, and Rose of Sharon. Annual and perennial flowers are included in the landscape. Raised beds with rock borders and some garden decor are scattered with space to get around the flower beds. A highlight and hang out is the 16’ x 24’ screen room built around a large Burr Oak tree growing in the room and through the roof. The Daylily collection consists of all forms and includes a large collection of small and miniature diploids. Modern and historic cultivars are included in the collection. The Lopp family welcomes garden visitors especially at peak bloom time in June.