Something New


Something New

An idea was suggested at the Picnic that we have a Daylily Swap at the September meeting. Everyone liked the idea so we thought we’d try it out.

Some of the details still need to be worked out, but the idea is that you bring in a couple of fans of one of your special daylilies and then you get to swap your fans with someone else who has a daylily you may be interested in adding to your garden.

By September, most of our daylilies are done blooming and it will be easy to remove the fans you want to bring to the swap.

You will need to bring in a picture of the daylily you are bringing and other information such as height, flower size, etc. so people will be able to judge what it looks like and how it grows.

More details will come in the September issue of the newsletter – watch this space!

Alexa Kathryn by J. Kinnebrew, 2003

Evening Concerto Sandra’s Smile
Exotic Candy Seventy-Six Trombones
Finlandia Gold Shaka Zulu
Flamenco Queen Sherry Lane Carr
Flight into Egypt Shimmering Glimmer
Flight Into Egypt Siloam Button Box
Flirtatious Wink Siloam Fine Art
Fooled Me Soft Summer Night
Frances Joiner Spacecoast Sea Shells
Frans Hals Spacecoast Technical Knockout
Free Burma Spanish Harlem
Greywoods River Dancer Stardust Lady
H. citrina var. vespertina Strauss Waltz
H. coreana Strawberry Candy
Hazel Sundance Kid
Hee Hee Surprise Encounter
Holiday Delight Swallowtail Kite
Hook and Ladder Sweet Sammie
Hootchie Mama Sweet Sammy
Hush Little Baby Swiss Diplomat
Illini Destiny Third Witch
Illini Jackpot Tigerling
Indy Flame Tikal Maid
Jean Topaz Gem
Jellyfish Jealousy Topguns Lola Scott
Jen Melon Topguns Pleasant Surprise
Judge Roy Bean Tropical Depression
Katahdin Truly Angelic
Kathy Rood Type Alpha
Lake Tear Of The Clouds Vatican City
Late Summer Fling Vatican City
Lavender Stardust Venous Blood
Leah Abbot Viola Vernetta
Ledgewood’s Winter Memories Watson Park Tempest
Lies and Lipstick Wedding Band
Lime Frost Welcome Home
Longlesson Summer Gift Which Way Jim
Lucia Mae Whistling Oyster
Majestic Fortune Who Dey!
Mandalay Bay Music Yasmine


Looking for Daylilies?


Last Call for Daylily Donations

If you have donations for this year’s sale on August 18th, please let Stephanie Kronau know as soon as possible as we are finalizing the list for the sale. Stephanie’s e-mail is:
skronau@nycap.rr.coma>
or phone (518) 283-6107
. We need to know the name of the variety and how many fans you are donating.

Detour by C.M. Barnes, 2017

Angelic Filigree by M. Mason, 2015

The HADS Display Garden needs to be weeded and mulched. A work party will be organized next month.

The Regional meeting is being scaled back due to the poor response. It will still be held, but car pools will be used instead of buses and some meals will not be included.

Looking for Daylilies?

We have several wonderful hybridizers in our area. Don’t forget to visit them when you’re out looking for daylilies. It’s an enchanting day out and you just may come home with some treasures.

Knoll Cottage Daylilies
Lori-Ann Jones
216 Belanger Road
Southampton, MA 01073
(413) 535-5068
http://www.knollcottagedaylilies.weebly.com
Open by appointment in July. Lori is having a daylily sale on many of her introductions (and some seedlings) plus registered daylilies from other hybridizers on Sunday, July 15th and Sunday, July 22nd.

North Country Daylilies
Melanie Mason
444 Goosen-Regan Rd.
Buskirk, NY 12028
(518) 753-0356
http://www.longlesson.com
Open weekends through
August 12th – 10 am to 4 pm by appointment during the week. Melanie is cutting back inventory and is having phenomenal sales – Blue Bucket Specials, $5 Specials and surprise specials
each weekend.

Slate Hill Farm
Craig and Mary Barnes
203 East Broadway
Salem, NY
(518) 854-7460
http://www.slatehillfarm.com
Open weekends in July and
August – 10 am to 4 pm by appointment during the week.


cont. Capital Hudson Iris Society
Bus Trip


Daylily in the article is Lone Wolf by Grace-Smith, 2004

Many thanks to Betsy Thompson for generously contributing the beautiful pictures of the daylilies in the newsletter.

22nd Annual CanAm Classic

The CanAm Classic is sponsored by the Ontario Daylily Society and will be held May 4-5, 2018, at the Doubletree by Hilton Toronto Airport West Hotel, 5444 Dixie Road, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2L2 Phone 905-624-1144

SPEAKERS:
CLAUDIA CONWAY – NH Running Fox Farm
BOB FAULKNER – OH
Natural Selection Daulilies
TIM HOBBS – ON
True North Daylilies
TOM POLSTON – OH
Pleasant Valley Gardens
JEAN SÉBASTIEN POULIN
QC
ERIC SIMPSON – NC
Eric Simpson Daylilies

Early Bird registration
before April 1/18) $110 Cdn

Registration
(after April 1/18) $125 Cdn

More information on the
Ontario Daylily Society’s website:
http://www.hvids.org/

On the way home from Hartford, we will stop at John O’Brien’s Nursery in East Granby, CT where they sell beautiful perennials, shrubs and their specialty, hostas. We expect to be home by 7:00 p.m.

The cost is $40 round trip including a bagel and juice breakfast on the bus. You do not have to be a member of the Capital Hudson Iris Society to join this trip.

Elizabeth Park is noted for its magnificent Heritage Rose Garden (the oldest municipal rose garden in the country), Rose Garden, and Perennials. We should be right on time for many of the roses and perennials. There are over 100 acres to explore at Elizabeth Park.

Anyone interested should fill out the registration form (attached below) and return it with your check to the address indicated. Registration is on a first come-first served basis. Any questions, please call Euthemia Matsoukas at 518 439-3758.

Here is the registration form for the bus trip:

CHIS Bus Trip to Elizabeth Park Gardens in Hartford