Suburban Nancy Gayle
Mississippi Medallion Plant
the south, when you think of daylilies,
Hattiesburg, Mississippi kind of grows on you!
Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society
Mississippi, is a true Daylily Destination. Here you will find untold enthusiasm
and excitement for the proud flower that awakens fresh
to a new world each day, the elusive daylily.
Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society is one of the largest groups of daylily
enthusiasts in the national
daylily organization, the 10,000 member American Hemerocallis Society.
the Hattiesburg society you will find a breadth of daylily involvement
from the large show gardens, to the couple with a few plants in their front
National Award Recipients
and Earl Watts
Received the highest
daylily honor in the nation,
The Helen Field Fischer Gold Medal Award.
distinguished and meritorious service by
an AHS member on the national level.
The American Hemerocallis Society
The National Daylily Organization
for all reasons!
Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society (HADS) is an organization of individuals
who share the love of daylilies, and who are in harmony with the
objectives of the Society.
objectives of HADS are to promote the knowledge and growing of the
genus Hemerocallis through programs,
workshops, exhibits, and fellowship with other growers at the local,
regional and national level of the American Hemerocallis Society.
request additional information about the Hattiesburg Daylily Society,
of the Society are held the third Sunday of each month during September,
October, and January through May. Meetings feature topical programs,
plant auctions, door prizes, refreshments, great hospitality and
fellowship. New members and guests are always welcome.
Daylilies in the Area
daylily gardens throughout the Hattiesburg area, in private gardens,
and in public planting
additional garden details, click Events.
A Special Opportunity
plants are available for purchase from several area growers.
here for a list of plant sources
Hattiesburg Loves Daylilies
Daylily was designated as the official flower of Hattiesburg,
Mississippi, by Hattiesburg City Council action in September, 2008.