Welcome

Electric-Snake-1

Jamie Gossard

ELECTRIC SNAKE - Gossard 2016

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June Singletary

JAMMIN'S MISTY MIDNIGHT (Singletary 2017)

Welcome to the Charlottesville Daylily Club web site!

TO EVERYONE VISITING OUR SITE --

We are very glad that you have found our corner of the web. The Charlottesville Daylily Club (ChDC) serves the central and western portions of Virginia. Charlottesville is located in the foothills of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. The area in and around Charlottesville has been ranked among the most beautiful areas and is home to many historical landmarks and events. Our meetings are now primarily held at the Hadensville Fire Co. #6 location just off Broad Street in Hadensville VA (I-64, Exit 152), a great central location for most of our members. We welcome everyone - please come and join us at our meetings, or contact us to get more information regarding the club and its upcoming functions.

Please check out all of the exciting activities the Charlottesville Daylily Club has planned for the year on our EVENTS PAGE! ALL ARE INVITED TO JOIN IN ANY OF OUR MEETINGS AND EVENTS. We welcome everyone - please come and join us at our meetings, or contact us to get more information regarding the club and its upcoming functions. We'd love to have you. Information on how to join our club is listed at the bottom of the ABOUT section under our Mission and History sections, but you are not required to become a member in order to attend our meetings or other club functions.

This fall (November 2018) Stu Kendig is speaking on his hybridizing program. It should be a most enjoyable program, and will definitely have the attention of our hybridizing enthusiasts.

CREDITS: Pictures of plants on the Welcome page:
ELECTRIC SNAKE (Gossard, 2016) An Unusual Form Crispate-Cascade, Cream pink with red chevron band above green throat, a 10" flower, 36" tall.
JAMMIN'S MISTY MIDNIGHT (Singletary 2017) - Full formed creamy yellow with a dark ebony plum eye, and dark ebony plum ruffled edge above a green throat, 26" tall, 6" flowers.


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