Welcome to Southern California's Daylily and Bulb Society

SCHAS is Southern California's Daylily and Bulb Society. It is the home of many of Southern California's best growers of bulbs and daylilies.

SCHAS is the acronym for Southern California Hemerocallis and Amaryllis Society, recognizing the botanical origins of the two plant groups most grown at the founding of the Society.


Upcoming Events!


Bulbs - Daylilies - Iris - Exotic Plants: Show & Sale - April 11 & 12, 2015 from 9am-4pm

This show is held in conjunction with the Southern California Iris Society. Come see a judged show of iris blooms along with displays of a wide variety of bulbs. Plants and flower arrangements will be available for sale. The show and sale is held in Ayres Hall at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and is free with Arboretum admission.


The Region 7 Daylily Conference - May 22-24, 2015.

All are invited to join old friends and new from the Western Region to participate in the conference, excursion and dinner events. Pre-registration is required. You can find the registration form here.

The Daylily Show & Sale - June 6 & 7, 2015

The major event is the Daylily show, held the first Saturday of June in Ayres Hall at the Los Angeles County Arboretum. This event is a judged show, with some of the best new and older hybrids on display.  A sale of select specimens is available at the show.


SCHAS sponsors a Daylily auction in the Fall.

Members bring in some of the rarer and hard to obtain cultivars from their collection, augmented by plants purchased from major Daylilly nurseries. These are made available to members at a fraction of their normal cost.




Monthly Meetings

SCHAS meets the third Saturday of every month except July, August and December.

Meetings are held in the Palm Room of the Los Angeles County Arboretum 301 N Baldwin Ave, Arcadia, CA

Meetings consist of a presentation by a guest speaker. There is a display table for the best blooms of the month, an opportunity drawing for  bulbs and daylilies, and an auction of rare and unusual specimens.

Meetings start at 10:00am

All are welcome 

Admission is free!