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NEW-There is a new user name and password for the Member area

For login info to membersʼ area of
http://patriotdaylilysociety.org, e-mail request to patham@cox.net.

 

Membership application here or just come to the next meeting

 

Patriot Daylily Society 

Saturday, December 2, 2017, noon to 3 P.M.

Holiday Party at Kate Reed’s

 36 Naushon Road, Pawtucket, RI

 

Come, relax, enjoy yourself. As is usual for big occasions, we will have a potluck.

There will be at least one hearty soup and a meat platter but Kate has three crock pots, three platter warmers, an oven and a microwave and one-and-a-half refrigerators, so there are more options than usual. If you are arriving on the early side perhaps an appetizer would be a good choice; or if you tend to run late, a dessert. Also, please bring beverages, "adult" (which, presumably, means booze) or otherwise. Kate will provide coffee and tea. Please call Kate at 401-359-7361 or e-mail her (katydaylily@yahoo.com) with your positive reply to attend, so that food quantities (hearty soups and stews) can be determined, and to let her know what you will be bringing.

Directions to Kate Reedʼs from eastern and central Mass:

Pick up I-95 south into Attleboro, Mass. 

Take exit 2A - Massachusetts Route 1A south; cross into Rhode Island, you are on Newport Avenue. 

Go about 2 miles; turn left (at a traffic light and CVS) onto Armistice Boulevard, which is Route 15 east. 

Go about 0.8 mile, passing the entrance to Slater Park (which has a big clamshell monument to honor veterans) on your right. 

Cross Ten Mile River and take an immediate right onto Alexander McGregor Road (opposite Pawtucket Country Club), then take third left onto Naushon Road (street sign may be missing).

 #36 is the plum-colored colonial on the left, opposite Tashmoo Way.(If you miss the turn onto McGregor and you find yourself passing the Country Club, take a right onto Pequot into the same development and Naushon will be your third left. Do not be confused by adjacent Naushon Court.)

If the weather is bad on December 2 (or predicted to be ), go to

http://contrariansview.org/onashisite/PDS/snowdate.html

to verify that the party is still on and has not been postponed. We will try to have any announcement of postponement posted before 10 AM on the day of the party. (This is a public area - no need to log in to see the message.)

For login info to members’ area of http://patriotdaylilysociety.org, e-mail request to patham@cox.net.

 

2017-18 future PDS meeting dates: March 3 (tours of Summer 2016-2017 gardens with Adele Keohan and Nick Chase), March 31 (photo contest), October 6, November 3, December 1 (holiday party).

FYI: At the November 2017 PDS meeting new officers for 2018-2019 were elected: President - Mary Collier Fisher; Vice President - George Doorakian; Secretary - Nick Chase; Treasurer - Tom Riccio; Director at Large - Patsy Cunningham. (Ex-officio/ appointed, most are continuing: Past President - Kate Reed; Bedford liaison - George Doorakian; Membership - Bobbie Chase; Librarian - Manny Baghdayan; Webmaster - Patsy Cunningham. The position of Hospitality Chair is still vacant.)

This notice will also be coming to you after Thanksgiving on paper, in your mail, with a membership renewal notice for 2017. Please make any changes needed to the label pasted onto the renewal notice and mail it with your check, payable to Patriot Daylily Society, in the envelope that will also be included, before Christmas (earlier if possible).

Other Daylily Societies - Meetings

Connecticut Daylily Society: January 20, 2018, Nick Chase, 2017 AHS National Convention gardens and CDS open gardens; March 17, 2018, Stuart Kendig, Perfect Perennials, York, PA; May 19, 2018, plant sale (10AM - 2PM); September 29, 2018 (11AM - 3 PM); November 3, 2018. All meetings/sales at Avon Senior Center, Avon, Conn, noon to 3PM except as noted.

New England Daylily Society: January 13, 2018, annual photo contest; March 10, 2018; April 14, 2018. All meetings at Tower Hill, Boylston, Mass., except as noted.

National and regional: June 6-10, 2018, AHS National, Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center, Myrtle Beach, SC. July 27-29, 2018, Region IV Regional, Atlantica Hotel, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

Patriot Daylily Society Meeting

Saturday, November 4,  noon to 4

 

 

Stout Medal winner George and Paula Doorakian

 with Mary Collier Fisher

 

 

Road to the Stout Medal"

George Doorakian

 

 

 

Saturday, October 7, 2017, noon to 4 PM, Bedford Library

Dan Bachman (Valley of the Daylilies)

Lebanon, Ohio

Dan and Jackie Bachman operate a plant farm which specializes in daylilies, where they grow more than 3800 daylily cultivars, plus thousands of new seedlings under evaluation from Dan's breeding program. Valley of the Daylilies is an AHS display garden, and a commercial sales garden, plus the hybridizing program. The Bachmans also grow several hundred hostas, iris, peonies and other perennials which are available at the farm. They always enjoy visits, scheduled or unscheduled, during growing season.

Valley Of The Daylilies has the most complete collection of spider and unusual form daylilies found anywhere (including Dan's own hybrid introductions). The farm also has an extensive collection of historic (pre-1980) cultivars. Peak bloom is generally early July (Zone 6A, 30 miles north of Cincinnati and 70 miles south of Columbus). Each year in early July the "Northern Mecca" open gardens feature a half-dozen or more of the top hybridizers in southwestern Ohio, with the Northern Mecca annual picnic at Valley Of The Daylilies on Saturday night of that weekend event.
 

Dan is currently in the midst of his annual pre-lining-out sale, with hundreds of cultivars on sale at the website store (www.valleyofthedaylilies.com), from 25% to 60% off (look for price markdowns in the listings). All sizes, forms and price ranges are included, and many Bachman introductions are available. (Some varieties are limited.) The sale ends September 30, and Dan notes that if you order plants from him in September he will hand-deliver them to you (space permitting - first come, first served) at the October 7 meeting, thereby saving you shipping charges.

 


 

 

 

Region 4 Summer Picnic
You’re Invited!

When: July 23, 2017

Where: Noel’s Nursery

77 Tully, Road , Orange, Massachusetts USA

Click here for printable flyer

( at the border between Vermont and New Hampshire)

Why:

1. An oportunity to see historic daylilies from Martha and John Pike

2. An oportunity to see a huge selection

of daylilies at peak, seedlings, perennials, shrubs and trees.

Remember to bring your Camera or Phone!

3. An oportunity to take the GARDEN JUDGE 2 WORKSHOP

Contact : Gary Jones gardenworkshops@daylilies.org  alternative garyjones0198@charter.net  so he will have enough materials $5.00

4. Meet daylilies friends and maybe visit some

of the great private gardens along the way. Remember to contact them first.

katydaylily@yahoo.com  or katydaylily@gmail.com

Please remember to bring your own lunch and chair as there is no cost for this event.

Pictures below and checkout the nursery on facebook

Noel's Nursery



 


 

PDS exhibition at Tower Hill, Boylston, MA.

"Patriot Nation"
July 16
Tower Hill Botanic Center

Thanks to everyone who participated and helped!

Photos posted here, more to come.

Please send me yours

 

Photo Contest Results

3/5/16

 

Download of Slide Show of the 2016 Photo Contest
(member's only section) 

Also view on You Tube through private link
in Member's only section

For login info to members’ area of http://patriotdaylilysociety.org, e-mail request to patsygc@gmail.com

Previous Years' Photo Contest Winners

 
 

 

 

Patsy Cunningham webmaster

Daylily logo designed by Kate Reed

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