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

On our site you will find our calendar of events for this year, our newsletter, links to our national and regional societies, and links to local growers.

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Please join us on Tuesday, May 14, 6:30pm at First Friends Church,
Indianapolis as Gus Guzinski presents "How Daylilies Grow and Divide".
Gus is a retired research chemist who's been a member of the American
Daylily Society for over 30 years. He's been especially interested in
the genetics of color inheritance and unusual genetic traits in daylilies.
For the past several years he's been working on early bloom in daylilies,
getting daylilies to bloom in June rather than July in his area of
Michigan. Planting about 3000 seeds a year, he's working on foliage
types, scape branching patterns, as well as other traits of interest.
He has introduced five daylilies from his work.

Join us as he talks about the mystery of how daylilies grow and divide.

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