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DONORS IN 2018:

Thank you to the following AHS Members, Regions and Daylily Clubs:

Baton Rouge Daylily Society

Bay Area Daylily Buds

Central Alabama Daylily Society

Central Florida Daylily Society

Cobb County Daylily Society

Daylily Growers of Dallas

Daylily Soc. Of Greater Atlanta

Daylily Soc. of Southern Indiana

Flint Hills Daylily Society

Hemerocallis Study Club

Houston Area Daylily Society

Houston Area Daylily Society

Long Island Daylily Society

National Capital Daylily Club

Nebraska Daylily Society

North Texas Daylily Society

Pod Setters Facebook Group

Southern Michigan DL Soc.

Tallahassee Daylily Society

Tidewater Daylily Society

Valdosta Hemerocallis Society

Janie Seglund

Fern, Wayne & Jennifer Johnson

Fasteners Plus International

Martha Chamberlain

Harold McDonell

Kyle Billadeau

Ann & Bill Monroe

Barbara Kirby

Morris Kirby

Judie Branson

Gisela & Bob Meckstroth

Cynthia & Charles Lucius

Tim Herrington

Harold McDonell

Jillian McKenzie

Martha Chamberlain

Elizabeth Trotter

Marcia Zech

Melodye Campbell

Carol Spurrier

Cheryl Ford

Judith Deene

Linda Dunning

Ruth Woodford

Susan Okrasinski

Harry Rissetto

Beth Zimpelman/Nix Bodden

Karen Ciula

Kathleen Schloeder

Catherine Pexton

Ralf Lange

Morris Knutsen

Judith Carlson

Barbara & Bob Papenhausen

Barbara Chang

Judie Branson

Scott Elliott

Nancy Frahm/Larry Lowe

Maureen Strong

Barbara Jo Twedt

Sandra & Ronald Branam

Nancy & David Freshour

Nikki Schmith

AHS MEDIA LIBRARY
   AHS Media Library - 2017  

 

If you or your local daylily club  have an unforeseen planning emergency with a speaker or program and need something in a pinch, the AHS Media Library can help! Members can download presentations for their club or personal use. For FREE, you can download many of the below presentations for your personal use. It is very easy to do. Once your order is placed, the download link is sent almost immediately. Did I say it was easy to do?

Note to Firefox users:  The media downloads will not automatically open.  Use the Open With command and then select PowerPoint to open the file.


There are currently 50 presentations in the AHS Digital Library. Please check the product list at the link below for the titles and a brief description of each presentation.

There are requests for presentations from clubs that we cannot fill. If you have done a presentation, we would love to help you share it with the daylily community!  Email the photographic media librarian at the email address below!

These topics are:
•Putting in a new daylily bed, planting daylilies.
•Hybridizing Overview / Introduction.
•Harvesting and Planting Seeds
•Care of seedlings / seedling selection
•Daylilies in design arrangements
•More in depth coverage and examples on grooming
•Diseases / Pests / Problems with Daylilies and Faulty Blooms Why, etc.)
•An update to the classic, and AHS presentation – "Gardening With Daylilies”

To see the list of available presentations and to purchase, simply order on line using the link below.  A link to download the presentation will be sent to you within 24 hours.

**Please read the important information below regarding ALL Media Library presentations

The American Hemerocallis Society (AHS) has received the express consent or owns the copyright to materials appearing in the Media Library. All materials are copyright protected and may not be reproduced without permission of the AHS. All rights reserved. No unauthorized use permitted.

 

 AHS Media Library








The American Hemerocallis Society, Inc. (AHS) is a non-profit organization. The AHS is organized exclusively for educational and scientific purposes, and especially to promote, encourage, and foster the development and improvement of the genus Hemerocallis and public interest therein. These purposes are expressly limited so that AHS qualifies as an exempt organization under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 or the corresponding provision of any future U.S. Internal Revenue Law.