Region 4 Summer Meeting July 17-19, 2020


Region 4 Summer Meeting
July 17-19, 2020

HADS has a bus going to the regional meeting. Make your hotel reservations soon!

Location: DoubleTree Bradley International Airport Hotel 16 Ella Grasso Turnpike (Rt 75), Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Room Rate: $119.00 per night (until June 20, 2020); Call the DoubleTree today at 860-627-5171 for reservations, mentioning “The Connecticut Daylily Society”

Special Guest Speaker: Mr. Curt Hanson, Crintonic Gardens 11757 County Line Road, Gates Mills, Ohio 44040 www.crintonic.com

Tour Gardens: Garden of Kim & Rob Krodel, Avon, CT. Garden of Chrissie & John D’Esopo, Avon, CT Garden of Cheryl Fox and Phil Douville, Bloomfield, CT O’Brien Nurserymen (John O’Brien), Granby, CT

Attention, Region 4 Hybridizers: Auction Donations Most Welcome! Contact: Gary Jones
garyjones00198@charter.net
www.ctdaylilyclub.com
http://cdsregional.weeblly.com

Daylilies in the articles are:
Spring Forward by Bruce, 2013; Spring Chicken by Reed, 2012; and Earlybird Spring Robin by Skinner, 2017

Did you attend the UNYHS/HADS
Holiday Party?

We are looking for the person who attended the Holiday Party Gift Exchange and traded for the mini waffle maker. We have something for you. Please contact/text Michelle Young at 614-668-3798 or:
michelle.young@socialscience.net

purpose garden fertilizer around each clump, away from the crown, but over the root area. In a few days the material will dissolve into the soil allowing nutrients to be around the roots. When the soil warms into the 50s growth will begin and food will be available. The noses of your clumps should be visible, or will be soon. Here in tropical Kingston, a few crowns have little green points about an inch high. Snow and rain have been sparse and soil moist but walkable without significant compression. If you do see moisture around your footstep, stay off the garden until it is drier.

One more thing, now that you see your clumps, count the babysitter fans. We need that information by May 1 to know what plants are coming back for the auction. Contact us.

If anyone has any questions about the program or wants to be involved, our emails are on the second page of the UPDATE. Stephanie does a great job of keeping us all informed and in touch.

SCHOLARSHIPS DEADLINE

This year both the Upstate New York Hosta Society (UNYHS) & Hudson Adirondack Daylily Society (HADS) are each offering separate $1,000 Scholarships to a local graduating senior student.