Nova Scotia Daylily Society

The Nova Scotia Daylily Society (NSDS) is a member club of the American Hemerocallis Society(AHS), and is in Region 4 of AHS. We are also a member of the Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs (NSAGC).

Our meetings are held at the First United Baptist Church, 1839 Hammonds Plains Road!

It only costs $10 to join our club and guests are always welcome!

NSDS will be hosting the 2018 Regional 4 Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The event will take place the weekend of July 27 - 29, 2018!

Head to the Conference Web Site for more information

nsdsregion4.com

Our Next Event: March 8 Daylily Meeting

March 8th 7pm-9pm

Sherry Chiasson will speak about Garden Landscaping with Daylilies as a focus. Sherry is an instructor at the Agriculture Campus of Dalhousie University in Bible Hill, formerly known as the NS Agriculture College. She is very involved in the landscaping the Campus grounds and should provide some wonderful information for all of us.

The daylily is "the perfect perennial", due to the beautiful colours, its ruggedness and ability to tolerate drought and frost. It can adapt to wide range of soil conditions as well!

A daylily is a flowering perennial plant in the genus Hemerocallis, whose name came from the Greek Word ἡμέρα (hēmera) "day" and καλός (kalos) "beautiful". The flowers typically last no more than 24 hours! Typically they open early in the morning and wither during the following night. But some of the newer varieties have flowers that open in the evening and remain open until the evening of the following day