The Daylily Place

Daylilies by the picket fence

The WWW home page of the

Daylily E-mail Round Robin

This is the Home Page on the World Wide Web for the Daylily E-mail Round Robin, a group of members of the American Hemerocallis Society who share experiences and ideas about daylilies by means of the Internet.
"The Daylily Place" by Rich Haynes
From the collection of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Shields
© Copyright 1995 by Richard William Haynes.
All rights reserved. Reproduced by permission.

Topics covered may from time to time include:

An experimental section is open for the time being, for your comments and suggestions. This is the "What's new" page. Send comments to

For information about the Daylily E-mail Robin, contact:
The E-mail Robin leader, Tim Fehr, or else:
James E. Shields,, or Binion Amerson,
For more information about daylilies, visit the Friends of the Daylilies and Daylilies Growing Along The Information Highway.

For more beautiful images of modern daylilies, see Mike Longo's pages.

and Bill Jarvis' new site.

Another WWW site for daylilies that recently opened up is at Gala Garden, Lousiville, KY.

The opinions expressed by contributors to these pages are solely those of the individual writers and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the account owner, the other members of the Daylily E-mail Round Robin, or of the Friends of the Daylilies.

Last revised: July 24, 1996. This page was designed for viewing with Netscape 1.1 or later. Other viewers may not format the text as intended.

© Copyright 1995, 1996 by the Daylily E-Mail Round Robin.
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