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The Bay Area Daylily Buds
An American Hemerocallis Society Member Club & Non-Profit Organization




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"BAD Buds" serve the greater
Green Bay/Northeast Wisconsin area

and Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Join us for the AHS Region 2 Summer Meeting
"Beauty by the Bay"

 

Annual Sale
Saturday, Sept 6th, 2014 9 AM to 4 PM PM
Green Bay Botanical Gardens
Over 150 cultivars will be for sale. Click here for the list of cultivars that were dug from the display beds at GBBG.

 

The Bay Area Daylily Buds is a local daylily society affiliated with the American Hemerocallis Society and is a non-profit  organization.  Our  mission is to educate, grow, and share information concerning the daylily (Hemerocallis).   Our goal is to bring the versatile, hardy and beautiful modern daylily to the forefront of Northeast Wisconsin and Upper Peninsula gardens, and encourage new generations of gardeners to grow, enjoy, and experience it.

The Bay Area Daylily Buds organization was started in 1999 by local daylily enthusiasts Leo Bordeleau, Phil Korth, and Luella Korth.  Membership has grown steadily, to the point that the club now has around of 90 members.  The club continues to add programming, activities, and opportunities for members and our community.   In July of 2004, the BAD Buds hosted the AHS Region 2 Summer Meeting.  AHS Region 2 is comprised of daylily gardeners, hybridizers, and enthusiasts from the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.  The meeting is the high point of the summer for many midwest daylily folk. 

 

New members are welcome and we know that they will enjoy our club and it's activities.

Click HERE to read a past issue of our member's newsletter, B.A.D. NEWS.

 

 

 

 

             
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