Re: daylily listserver
John Walker said:
>> someone was talking about a daylily-l
The daylily email robin is a listserver that's open only to members of the
American Hemerocallis Society. Several other members of this list are in the
AHS e-robin. I used to subscribe to it, but had to cut back on email and made
irises a priority. The daylily robin's full of useful info, and it's
particularly helpful if you're hybridizing. It's a large group and can be very
active, with 50 messages a day.
To join: If you're an AHS member, send an email message to Tim Fehr
(firstname.lastname@example.org). Tell him a little about yourself and your daylilies
for the 'bio' file of robin participants and he'll set you up as soon as your
membership's been checked.
If you're not a member of the AHS and would like to be, send $18 to:
Elly Launius, AHS Membership Secy.
1454 Rebel Drive
Jackson, MS 39211
This entitles you to the quarterly Daylily Journal and much more, including
elegibility for the e-mail robin.
Nell Lancaster, Lexington, VA email@example.com USDA zone 6b
(Blue Ridge Area Daylily Society)