Conn. Daylily Society
Member Display Gardens
Garden
Name
Owner's
name
Street
City
Telephone
Web Site
CTDaylily
Rich Howard &
Darleen
Mastrianni
76 Anderson Rd.
Wallingford,CT
06492
203-294-9520
www.ctdaylily.com

e-mail
Holly
Farms
Kathryn Whitty
773 W. Avon Rd.
(CT Rte 167)
Avon, CT 06001
860-404-0505


e-mail
S&R
Gardens
Richard &
Shirley Davis
14 Bailey St
Danielson , CT
06239
860-774-3241


e-mail
Sheltara
Helene Ferrari
34 Deep Hollow
Rd
Chester, CT 06412
860.526.9278
 
What is an AHS Display Garden?

There are now more than 150  AHS Display Gardens across the
United States where you can view modern daylilies from a variety of
hybridizers. An American Hemerocallis Society Display Garden is
established to display the very best daylily cultivars to the general
public. Its purpose is to educate the visitor about modern daylilies
and how they can be used effectively in landscapes.

In an approved AHS Display Garden, a visitor can view a large number
and wide variety of labeled daylilies in a well-maintained garden
setting. To obtain official AHS Display Garden status, certain criteria
must be met,which include :

The owner or public garden liaison must be a member of the AHS for
two years or more, and must maintain his or her AHS membership in
good standing, to be eligible for a garden to be designated as either
an AHS Display Garden, an AHS Historic Daylily Display Garden, or
both.

Although the number of daylily cultivars is not set, the garden must
include a wide variety of daylilies (e.g., diploids and tetraploids; full,
round, and spiders; small, miniatures, and large flowers; and eyes
and selfs) from a number of hybridizers.

The garden must be well maintained (i.e., water, fertilizer, mulch, etc.)
and relatively free of weeds. The growing conditions and culture
should show daylilies to their maximum potential.

Plant markers should be maintained in good condition.

The garden should be open to the public during bloom season.

YOU   SHOULD ALWAYS CALL AHEAD BEFORE VISTING A DISPLAY
GARDEN!