9/28/19 CDS Welcomes Eric Simpson!

On Saturday, September 28, 2019, the Connecticut Daylily Society welcomes Eric Simpson of Blue Ridge Daylilies, Western North Carolina’s largest selection of premium quality daylilies. Eric’s hybridizing focus involves northern hardy plants with outstanding plant habits and colorful appeal. Primarily, he strives for round-ruffled, eyed and edged, and blue-eyed and patterned daylilies, with a recent interest in unusual forms. He practically does it all!

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H. ‘Me and My Shadow’ (Selman) 2019

Feast your eyes on the Blue Ridge offerings, featuring the daylilies of both Robert Selman and Eric Simpson at http://www.blueridgedaylilies.com.

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H. ‘Blue Lightning’ (Simpson-E. 2019)

The Connecticut Daylily Society’s social hour with delicious and popular potluck lunch begins at noon, followed by a brief business meeting and Eric’s presentation at 1 pm. As always, there will be fabulous daylily door prizes, and attendance is absolutely free of charge. CDS invites anyone with a passion for plants!

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H. ‘Dramatic Pause’ (Simpson-E. 2019)

The Avon Senior Center is located at 635 West Avon Road in Avon, CT at the junction of Sycamore and Scoville Roads (at the Sycamore Hills Recreation Center).
Flowers, friends, food, and fun are what the Connecticut Daylily Society is all about! The bloom season is winding down, so why not spend a few hours daylily dreaming with us? For more CDS info, check out our blog: https://ctdaylilyclub.com. Hope to see you on September 28th!

*photos courtesy of the hybridizers and Blue Ridge Daylilies


Greg Haggett shared some lovely double blooms with us!

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