John Tibbetts, HADS Show Chairman,
What’s a Daylily Show All About?”
To Be Announced
Daylily Show - 22nd Annual
June 3, 2017
Lake Terrace Convention Center
General Information, Rules, and Guidelines for Showing
is no doubt in anyone’s mind at The Hattiesburg
Area Daylily Society that “Daylilies Win!” That is
seen in the theme for the 22nd Annual Daylily Show. The
show is set for the Lake Terrace Convention Center in Hattiesburg,
MS, on Saturday, June 3. In addition to showing a variety
daylilies entered for judging, the show will also feature
daylilies used in arrangements, the Design Division.
Activities at the show begin at 7:30 a.m. when daylilies begin
to arrive and are prepared for judging. Daylilies are received
for judging until 10:30. Judging begins at 10:45 and continues
until 1:00 p.m. When judging is completed, around 1 p.m., exhibition
hall doors are open for the public to view the winners and all
the entries, until 4 p.m. An information desk will be available
for general information about daylilies and the Daylily Society.
Judging categories in the show will include the bloom and
design division. The Bloom Division is exhibiting individual
daylily bloom(s). The Design Division is the use of the daylily
in an arrangement. Rules for the Design Division are available
when reservations to enter a design are made.
Design Division themes support the show theme: “Daylilies
Win!” Themes for the three Design classes are:
Have a Party”
Class 2. “The Daylily
Class 3. "Celebrate America’s Favorite”
make a reservation(s) for the Design Division,
Glenn Nobles, (601) 602-3248 by May
gigantic plant sale will begin at 11:00 a.m. The sale
will continue until all plants are sold. The
plants for sale are quality daylily plants, all washed
to plant. Some
plants will be available in pots.
for judging in the Daylily Show are welcomed, and are not limited
to membership in the Daylily Society.
can enter their registered daylily(s) and there is
printable copies of Daylily Show details, please click
the following links.
General Information - Click Here
Show Rules – Click
Design Division – Guidelines – Click
Design Division – General Rules – Click Here
Annual Daylily Garden Tours
May 29, 2017 - Memorial Day
of the Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society take pride in opening
their gardens to the public. In 2017 there will be more than
a dozen gardens open on May 29, Memorial Day. Most will be
open from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Gardens for 2017 are throughout the
Hattiesburg area, and extend with two gardens open in Stone
County and one in Picayune, Mississippi. These three gardens
are South of Hattiesburg.
a printable listing of gardens and directions to each. Click
Regional 14 Spring Meeting
(Mississippi - Alabama)
Hosted by Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society
Lake Terrace Convention Center - Hattiesburg
May 26-27, 2017
here for a printable Registration Form
Daylily Gardens and Plantings
Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society plants daylily beds in the
area and contributes daylily plants
for other plantings. Listed below are
the current public daylily beds and planting sites, available
for daily viewing.
County Multi-Purpose Center
at the Mississippi
State University Extension Building
49 South of Hattiesburg.
Daylily Society has planted daylilies around the entrance
this building. This is the site of the monthly meeting
of the Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society.
Adjacent to Lake Terrace Convention Center
Intersection of US Highway 49 and I-59
are in and around the Visitors Center, which is in
front of the Lake Terrace
Street Baptist Church
US Highway 98 West
left at Hardee’s
if traveling from Hattiesburg. After leaving Highway 98,
turn right in front of the church. The daylily gardens
are on the right as you go around the church
and in the back of the church. You can drive all
way around the Church. Church members, who are
daylily enthusiasts, have made these gardens possible.
Hardy Street near Kamper Park.
Church has planted numerous daylilies in the
Lake Terrace Convention Center Flag Plaza
Intersection of US Highway 49 and I-59
Drive in gate to the Convention Center and bear
to the left, daylily bed is on left near Flag
Plaza. Flag Plaza is provided by The Asbury Foundation.
The Truman Roberts Memorial Daylily Garden
Petal Civic Center, Petal, MS.
by the Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society, and
by the City of Petal to honor the life of
Truman Roberts, long-time resident and businessman
of Petal. He was enthusiastic and dedicated
to growing daylilies and The Hattiesburg Area
Daylily Society. Directions: Enter Petal from
Hwy. 11. Drive to the intersection where Hardee’s
is on the left. Turn right, and the Civic Center
is on your right several blocks ahead. Enter
Petal from Hattiesburg River Avenue, cross Leaf
River and continue into Petal. The Civic Center
will be on your left.
to the Zoo off of Hardy Street at the
light by Wendy’s, continue
down the street to the entrance
to Zoo, and turn to your right.
The daylily bed will be right in front of
you at the circular drive at the
for all reasons!
List for Plant Sales
is a list of Hattiesburg area daylily society members who offer daylilies
for sale from their gardens. Since most of these gardens are located at the
it is always advisable to phone first before visiting
these gardens. Click the link below.
for Planting & Growing Daylilies
are among the most satisfactory flowering perennials for
Mississippi gardens. Few plants give so much color
for so little effort.
Hattiesburg Area Daylily Society has prepared detailed
information concerning the planting and growing of
daylilies. The document is in Adobe PDF format. Click
the following link to obtain the document.
- Planting and Growing
For additional information click Contact.