Some of our favorite links and resources.
Harmon Hill Farm: Carl and Marlene Harmon are our good friends and they grow some AWESOME daylilies. With a huge selection and a large growing area, the Harmons are sure to have some great plants for you.
Knoll Cottage Daylilies: Our friend Lori-Ann Jones hybridizes some amazing, large unusual form dayliles.
Brian Mahieu: Brian has hybridized some wonderful spiders and unusual forms.
Charlotte’s Daylily Diary: Charlotte maintains a list of a gazillion or so daylily gardens as well as links to daylily auction sites and local clubs.
American Hemerocallis Society (AHS): AHS contains a large library of daylily information concerning culture, award winners, hybridization and much more. The AHS site also contains links to local clubs for the aspiring “hemaholic” and a database of daylily cultiivars. If you are into daylilies, we strongly encourage you to join AHS.
AHS Region 4 Popularity Poll: Region 4 of the AHS encompasses New England, New York and eastern Canada. Each year, the members vote on the plants that they think are the best in their gardens. This poll is a good starting point for building your collection of good performing plants for this region.
New England Daylily Society (NEDS): NEDS is the place to be if you love daylilies and live in New England. They host a number of excellent speakers each year. There are also two sale / auction events each year to help build your collection. It is a great place to meet fellow daylily fans, trade plants and get good practical information concerning daylily hybridizing and culture. NEDS meets nine times a year at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston, MA.
Southern Maine Daylily and Hosta Society (SMDHS): SMDHS is based in Southern Maine and meets throughout the year at Southern Maine Community College. Come join us to learn about daylilies and hosta. Meet fellow gardeners or just find bargains at our plant sales and auction.
Millette Garden Pictures: Réjean Millette’s stock photo library specializing in botanical and horticultural subjects.