Region 2 Daylily Clubs
There are 25 Clubs in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
Contact information is included with each link. The clubs are a wonderful way to connect with other daylily enthusiasts and attend members-only events. If the club name appears in blue, follow that link to more information. If your club needs their information updated or modified, please contact the Region 2 Webmaster.
Daylily Society of Southern Indiana
Patrick Ernstberger, President
8320 Plum Valley Dr
Sellersburg IN 47172
Fort Wayne Daylily Society
The Fort Wayne Daylily Society is open to anyone interested in joining our club and participating in the club. We meet three times a year, once in the spring, at our show and sale and in the fall. The spring and fall meetings are held in homes and are pot lucks. Our show and sale is held at the Botanical Conservatory in downtown Fort Wayne. If you are interested in joining please contact Lana Wolfe at 419-495-2026. or Lanaopal@aol.com. Facebook
Hoosier Daylily Society Inc.
The Hoosier Daylily Society (HooDS) is known for its easy-going, fun approach to the love of daylilies. Our club only meets during the off season on the fourth Thursday of the month, between October and May at Carmel City Hall just north of Indianapolis, Indiana. We kick-off our meeting season with a member pot luck at the Woodland Hills Clubhouse in Carmel and we conclude with a plant distribution meeting in May typically hosted at a member’s home. Our club hosts guest hybridizers from around the country where we get to see their programs and an opportunity to participate in an auction of their plants. Our members also participate in a member driven meeting where we shine a spotlight on our programs and gardens as well as share our knowledge with one another. An optional picnic in the summer at a member’s home allows us to see others’ gardens on a rotating basis. Visit our Facebook page (Hoosier Daylily Society) for more information about dates, times, locations and events. Join Us! We’d love to roll out some Hoosier Hospitality!
Indiana Daylily-Iris Society
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of daylilies and iris. Our society meets once a month from March to September at First Friends Church, 3030 Kessler Blvd, East Drive in Indianapolis, Indiana. Monthly meetings are open to the public and guests are welcome.
Limestone Daylily and Hosta Society
Roger McCay, President
PO Box 1657
Bloomington IN 47402
Southern Indiana Daylily, Hosta, Daffodil & Iris Society
Cheryl Jenkins, President
Central Illinois Daylily Society
The Central Illinois Daylily Society is open to anyone willing to drive to our meetings, make new friends & interested in enjoying the wonder of daylilies! We normally schedule meetings 4 times a year & meet at the Rochester Community Center just outside of Springfield. The meetings vary between Sunday afternoons & an occasional Friday night. Our May meeting is combined with a potluck & Members Only Auction (Sunday afternoon). We also have events at the Washington Park Botanical Gardens. Every year on a Saturday, we have a flower show at the end of June and a plant sale the 1st Saturday in August. Other activities we like are day bus trips, speakers, picnics & members’ garden tours. If you are interested in joining us please contact Debra Miller at 217-529-8014 or Miller42@aol.com.
For more info check us out on Facebook.
Chicagoland Daylily Society
The Chicagoland Daylily Society was formed in March 1963 as a not for profit gardening club. Our purpose is to promote and encourage the growing and scientific study of the genus Hemerocallis (Daylily), along with promoting public interest in gardening. Many of our meetings are at The Community House in Hinsdale, IL. Website: www.chicagolanddaylilysociety.org
Heart Of Illinois Daylily Society
The Heart Of Illinois Daylily Society exists to provide educational and social opportunities for daylily enthusiasts in the greater Peoria area. We meet in East Peoria and welcome members from all over. Our society consists of members with a range of gardening experience. We even have members that hybridize to create new daylily varieties.
North Shore Iris & Daylily Society
Established in 1985, the Northshore Iris and Daylily Society is a non-profit organization that promotes gardening through meetings, educational program, guest speakers and special projects. The group sponsors shows at the Chicago Botanical Garden, has periodic fund raisers, conducts classes on everything from flower arranging to gardening techniques We meet at the Friendship Park Conservatory in Des Plaines, IL For membership information, please call Elaine at 847-945-4421.
Southwestern Illinois Hemerocallis Society
The Southwestern Illinois Hemerocallis (Daylily) Society is a small club based in Bethalto, IL in region 2 of the American Daylily Society. Our goal is to educate, grow, and share information on daylilies. We strive to add programming, activities, and opportunities for our members and community. Our society has members of many backgrounds, experiences, and ages. We would love to have you join us!
Central Michigan Daylily Society
As an official member of the national daylily organization, American Hemerocallis Society (AHS) in region 2, we support the growth of daylilies in mid-Michigan. Come and enjoy the friends you’ll make, events we attend and learn about daylilies. Most of our meetings are in Mount Pleasant, MI., but the summer meetings are in member gardens.
Grand Valley Daylily Society
The purpose of the Society is to promote and encourage the development and improvement of the daylily and to increase interest therein, as a means of home and civic beautification. We have provided plants for Habitat for Humanity homes and other projects to showcase the daylily in our community. From October to April, the club meetings are at the Frederik Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids, MI. During the summer the meetings are in members gardens. Our spring and fall plant auctions bring new daylilies to our members and fund our club activities.
Kalamazoo Area Daylily Society
The Kalamazoo Area Daylily Society (KADS) is an organization dedicated to fostering the enjoyment of daylilies. It seeks to spread information about the horticulture of daylilies and the appreciation of daylilies as garden perennials. It is an open society that welcomes all people that have an interest in daylilies. Many of our meetings are in Battle Creek, MI, but during the summer we visit our member’s gardens.
Michiana Area Daylily Society
No contact information available.
Southern Michigan Daylily Society
SMDS is an educational, social and scientific society, promoting and propagating the daylily. We add a lot of socializing and propagation tips to our daylily education? Our members are encouraged to contribute to the newsletter by sharing news of special gardening events, gardening & daylily pictures and articles. Our club members are spread across Michigan into Canada and down into Illinois.
OHIO DAYLILY CLUBS
Black Swamp Hosta and Daylily Society
The society meets throughout the year principally at the Toledo Botanical Garden. Programs vary from well-known speakers, members of our society, bus tours, gardening topics to sales of rare and valuable specimens. The society meets throughout the year, principally at the Toledo Botanical Gardens, Toledo, OH. For information contact Charlene Patz – President, email@example.com or 419-874-8964.
More information HERE.
Greater Cincinnati Daylily and Hosta Society
The Greater Cincinnati Daylily Hosta Society serves people with common interests in daylilies and hostas from the Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana tri-state area. Most meetings are in the Cincinnati, OH area, but the club visits local garden centers and member gardens.
Metropolitan Columbus Daylily Society
The Metro Columbus Daylily Society is based in the metro Columbus area (how about that!) and serves members throughout central Ohio. Most of the meetings are at the Franklin Park Conservatory, in Columbus, OH, where the club maintains an Ohio Hybridizers Garden that includes Ohio bred daylilies and ADS award winners.
Northeast Ohio Daylily Society
NODS is located in the North East corner of Ohio. Club activities start off the year with a pot luck banquet, then in June we hold a plant sale at Gale’s Garden Center in Willoughby, July or early August there is a picnic at Crintonic Gardens, mid-July is our ADS accredited Scape Show and sale at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens (canceled for 2020) and to finish up the fall, an ice-cream social. We hold most of our meetings in Chesterland, which is a nice central location for members. If anyone would like to join us please contact our Secretary, Julie Gridley; firstname.lastname@example.org, or co-president Jan Teague; email@example.com. Facebook link HERE.
Ohio Daylily Society
ODS is a Group of Ohio daylily enthusiasts organized to promote and encourage the enjoyment of growing daylilies. We meet periodically at the Kingwood Center in Mansfield, OH. They sponsor daylily events such as shows, sales, auctions, speaker and educational program.
Bay Area Daylily Buds
“BAD Buds” serve the greater /Green Bay/Northeastern Wisconsin area and Michigan’s upper peninsula. Most meetings are held at the Green Bay Botanical Garden as well as our member’s gardens. Some of our events include public sales, club daylily hybridizing workshops, annual picnic, speaker programs and an annual banquet.
The Daylily Society of Southeast Wisconsin
We are a garden club of people who love daylilies and we invite you to become a member. Our club was incorporated in 1997 and currently has over 150 active members. Our purpose is to promote and encourage the cultivation, study, development and improvement of the daylily and to foster its public interest. We hold five membership meetings each year, annual daylily plant sales, social events such as plants swaps as well as garden and bus tours. Many of our meetings are at Boerner Botanical Gardens in Hales Corner, WI. Website: www.dssew.org
The Wisconsin Daylily Society
The Wisconsin Daylily (WDS) is a dynamic, energetic group founded in October 1989 for the promotion, propagation, and enjoyment of the Genus Hemerocallis. It’s 300 + current members enjoy a number of club sponsored activities including guest speakers at club meetings (held monthly January thru May), garden tours, plant sales, and auctions of some of the newest cultivars available. It sponsors –run entirely by club member volunteers—the largest daylily club sale in the United States. Proceeds from the sale, fund club activities and provide financial grants to support the educational activities of other horticultural groups. The WDS meets in various locales in the Madison, WI area including, but not limited to the UW West Ag Station & Savanah Oaks Middle School in Verona/Fitchburg. Come for the flowers & stay for the fun!