ADS Region 12 Resources

Our members are the backbone of the American Daylily Society Region 12

 

They are our most valuable resource, offering unwavering support, valuable advice, and an abundance of resources to fellow members. Additionally, their dedication plays a crucial role in promoting our society and its mission.

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Daylily Society Resources

Welcome to the American Daylily Society Region 12 Resources! Discover a wealth of knowledge, support, and resources for all your daylily needs. Our passionate members are experts in growing and hybridizing daylilies, ready to offer advice and assistance. Stay informed with our publications, keeping you up-to-date with the latest research and developments in daylily cultivation. Don’t miss out on our exciting shows and events, where you can showcase your daylilies, learn from experts, and connect with fellow enthusiasts.

Visit our stunning display gardens, showcasing a variety of modern daylilies in beautiful settings. With over 250 official display gardens throughout the United States, including four in Florida and others in Southeast Georgia, you’ll be amazed at the diversity and beauty of these captivating flowers. Join us at the American Daylily Society Region 12 and immerse yourself in the world of daylilies. We Do Love Daylilies!

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American Daylily Society

The American Daylily Society (also known as the American Hemerocallis Society, Inc. ) is a non-profit service organization dedicated to educating people about daylilies, promoting the cultivation and enjoyment of daylilies, and fostering the on-going improvement of this perennial flower (genus hemerocallis). Our membership includes over 5,000 avid gardeners and daylily enthusiasts from all over the world.

American Daylily Society

American Daylily Society Regions

Region 1

If you live in Iowa, Manitoba, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota or South Dakota, you are in Region 1 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 1 WEBSITE

Region 2

If you live in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio or Wisconsin, you are in Region 2 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 2 WEBSITE

Region 3

If you live in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia or West Virginia, you are in Region 3 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 3 WEBSITE

Region 4

If you live in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Hampshire, New York, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Rhode Island or Vermont, you are in Region 4 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 4 WEBSITE

Region 5

If you live in Georgia, you are in Region 5 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 5 WEBSITE

Region 6

If you live in New Mexico or Texas, you are in Region 6 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 6 WEBSITE

Region 7

If you live in Arizona, California, Hawaii or Nevada, you are in Region 7 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

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Region 8

If you live in Alaska, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Oregon, Washington or The Yukon Territory, you are in Region 8 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

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Region 9

If you live in the states and provinces of Alberta, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Saskatchewan, Utah or Wyoming, you are in Region 9 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

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Region 10

If you live in Kentucky or Tennessee, you are in Region 10 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 10 WEBSITE

Region 11

If you live in Kansas, Missouri or Oklahoma, you are in Region 11 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

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Region 12

If you live in Florida, you are in Region 12 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

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Region 13

If you live in Arkansas or Louisiana, you are in Region 13 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 13 WEBSITE

Region 14

If you live in Alabama or Mississippi, you are in Region 14 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 14 WEBSITE

Region 15

If you live in North Carolina and South Carolina, you are in Region 15 of the American Daylily Society. Each region offers activities, local clubs, and regionally-specific publications. Explore more below.

REGION 15 WEBSITE

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Florida Daylily Display Gardens

There are over 250 official display gardens throughout the United States, with four in Florida and all in North East Florida. You can view a variety of modern daylilies in a garden setting.

May and early June are the best times to see blooming daylilies.

Wynn’s Daylily Garden

Contact: Gene & Mary Wynn
Phone: (386) 938-4722
Preferred Contact Method: Phone Call, Email
Commercial Garden, Private Garden

Lilies By The Pond

Contact: Ray & Terri Wensell
Phone: (904) 215-9457
Preferred Contact Method: Phone Call, Email
Mostly Flat Terrain, Small Garden (less than one acre), Private Garden

Martha’s Madness

Contact: Martha & Francis Caldwell
Phone: (904) 272-0018
Preferred Contact Method:
Private Garden

Sea Scapes Daylilies

Contact: Floyd & Hilda Sewell
Phone: (904) 246-6422
Preferred Contact Method: Phone Call, Email
Private Garden

Meetings

General Meetings are usually held twice yearly in the Spring and Fall at various locations in Florida.  Please refer to the News & Events page for the meeting schedule and location details.

ADS Region 12 Spring Meeting

Soil Analysis

Learn how to get the most out of your daylily garden.

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SOIL AND WATER SCIENCES DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES

Faculty and students in the Department of Soil, Water, and Ecosystem Sciences use a wide range of analytical and field instrumentation in their research programs. The department established several core laboratories, not only to support faculty and students but also to provide analytical services and expertise to our clientele in the State of Florida and elsewhere. This group of Soil and Water Diagnostic Laboratories houses state-of-the-art instrumentation for the analysis of soil, water, plant, and other environmental samples for plant nutrients and a range of inorganic and organic contaminants. These services are available at a nominal cost to our clientele.

GIS and Spectral Soil Laboratory

The GIS and Spectral Soil Laboratory provides a state-of-the art setup for landscape modeling, soil and remote sensing, and environmental data analysis (statistical analyses; geostatistical modeling; space-time modeling; geographic information systems (GIS); remote sensing; and mechanistic simulation modeling).  Modern quantitative methods are used to support digital soil mapping and modeling projects. The spectral soil lab houses a spectroradiometer (QualitySpec Pro; Analytical Spectral Devices, Inc.) for hyperspectral visible/near-infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopic measurements and an FTIR (with drift accessory) 600 series (Agilent Technologies Inc.) for hyperspectral mid-infrared sensing.

Soil and Water Sciences Diagnostic Laboratories

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Waters Agricultural Laboratories

Waters Agricultural Laboratories

Serving the agricultural industry since 1976, Waters Agricultural Laboratories is one of the largest and well-equipped privately owned labs in the nation.

 

Soil sampling is one of the simplest land management tools available to today’s growers. The science behind soil analysis establishes a baseline inventory of soil composition. Using the information that soil sampling provides to manipulate soil composition is what fertility is all about. Waters Agricultural Laboratories, Inc. combines the best in equipment, personnel, experience, and reputation to provide testing results you can trust.

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