|Daylily and Hosta Gardens in SC
Links and Resources
AHS American Hemerocallis Society formed in 1946 and dedicated to the
development of the species Hemerocallis Daylily.
Listing of over 60,000 AHS registered Daylily varieties.
Includes description, hybridizer and photo when available.
American Hosta Society
Founded in 1968 and dedicated to the study of the genus Hosta.
|Greenville Humane Society - Serving Greenville's homeless animals since the 1800's
Promotes animal care education, adoptions and spay/neuter programs.
Please visit the Greenville Humane Society when considering a new pet or offer your support
with a tax deductible contribution.
Concerned Citizens for Animals - Local animal shelter in Simpsonville for homeless
dogs and cats. Promotes adoption, spay/neuter and feral cat programs. Volunteers always
needed. Dependent on tax deductible contributions.
Foothills Golden Retriever Rescue - Provides rescue, fostering and veterinary care
for neglected and abandoned Golden Retrievers in Upstate SC, with the goal of adopting them
into a forever loving home. Check out their available Goldens.
Speak for Animals - Dedicated to enhancing the welfare of animals. Their goal is
humane education to break the cycle of cruelty and neglect, and advancing legislation to make
animal cruelty crimes more punishable. They work directly with animal owners and educate
them to take better care of their animals. They also offer a low cost spay/neuter clinic for
those in need.
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All Rights Reserved.
All photos of daylilies have been taken by Cynthia Gibson.
Member American Hemerocallis Society
|SC Botanical Gardens in Clemson
SCBG is a 295 acre garden at Clemson University. It is the only Hosta
Display Garden recognized by the American Hosta Society in the
Southeast, an award earned by the founders and friends of ours, Chuck and
Betty Cruickshank. We have donated hostas to this garden and encourage
all gardeners to visit this wonderful array of plants and beauty.
|Clemson Extension Service - South Carolina
Home and Garden Information Center - HGIC - Horticulture information on
soil nutrients and testing, identification and treatment of pests and diseases,
and plant culture.
|Please remember our homeless animal friends in need and
support the following non-profit local animal welfare organizations.