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Re: OT Daylily List

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Lera wrote:
>I am sorry to interrupt the iris list with a daylily question, but I 
>know many of you are involved in both.  I'd like to find a daylily list 
like this one.  Does anyone have any help for me.  Please respond 

Hi Lera,
There are two such lists that I know of - a closed list, which, to my 
knowledge,  only accepts members of the American Hemerocallis society  
and an open list:    daylily-open@mallorn.com
I joined this open list but there has been an average of 1 mailing per 
week. You might check with Kathy Guest about the other list. If it is as 
'Alive' as the Iris list it would be worth paying a membership to join 
it. Otherwise join daylily open and send some mail to give it a kick 
I have sent this to the list as other people may have the same interest.
Jan Clark

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