The Nebraska Daylily Society (NDS) was started in 1986 by people who had a great interest in growing fine daylilies and wanted to join with others who had the same interest. After 35 years, the club is alive and well with over 50 members both families and individuals. The American Daylily Society is divided up into geographic regions and NDS is a part of Region One.
NDS tries to publicize and advance the growing of fine hybrid daylilies by promoting good horticulture with all the things that go into growing healthy plants that show their best qualities to anyone that enters our gardens.
Who We Are
We might be your neighbor, your co-worker, your church parishioner, maybe someone in the same town that found daylilies through another club member. We are people just like yourselves that enjoy "playing in the dirt" and growing beautiful flowers. Maybe you would like to join us?
Dave Hansen and Mary Baker visiting in Mary's garden during the Region One festivities in Omaha July of 2019. The opportunity to visit a friend's garden is always a highlight of the summer. Photo by L. Ferguson
Heidi Douglas and Val Hoefer taking in the beauty of Phyllis McIntosh's garden during the Region One garden tours. Nebraska Daylily Society hosted the 2019 Region One Summer meeting and Heidi and Charles Douglas were our guest speakers. Photo by R. Lowe
Photos from 2019 Region One Garden Tours
Photos by R. Lowe
Voting results of the 2020 AHS Region One Popularity Poll
The winner is Avianna Grace.
The top five, with number of votes, are as follows:
1. Avianna Grace 11
2. Kathy Larsen 9
3. Pixie Chick 8
Vicky's Radiance 8
5. I Lava You 6
Mountain Radiation 6
Riot Act 6
The Daylilies pictured were all hybridized by NDS Members - how exciting!
Congratulations to the Hansens for winning the Region One Popularity Poll with their introduction Avianna Grace.
Photos from the Hybridizers