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Linda Pinkham

President

The Tidewater Daylily Society

Direct Phone: (757) ***-****direct phone

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Background Information

Employment History

Co-Owner

Smithfield Gardens Inc


Affiliations

atLarge Inc

Board Member


Norfolk Botanical Gardens

Board Member


Education

horticulture

Virginia Tech


BS

Ornamental Horticulture

VA Tech.


MS

VA Tech.


Web References(22 Total References)


midatlanticgardener.com

Leaf Streak on Daylily, Linda Pinkham
Linda Pinkham with the Tidewater Daylily Society (TDS) offers the following advise to help you keep your daylilies thriving. Aphids. Typically a nuisance on daylilies in the fall, winter and early spring, Aphids...


www.homegrownliving.com [cached]

Linda Pinkham, gardener and Tidewater Daylily Society member in Isle of Wight County Grow more edibles: Use a square-foot gardening plan, put lime or crushed eggshells in planting holes for tomatoes, make and use compost generously and water everything in ...


www.redbluffdailynews.com

So, I will feed them more frequently with more scraps from my kitchen, and I will reap the benefits of more organic fertilizers to use in my garden. - Linda Pinkham, gardener and Tidewater Daylily Society member in Isle of Wight County


www.vsld.org [cached]

Monday, July 16: Monday evening there will be a picnic and garden tour at the home of Bill and Linda Pinkham at 6:00.Linda collects and grows daylilies.She is very active with the Daylily Society.


www.daylilies.org [cached]

We ask that all Region 3 hybridizers notify Linda Pinkham no later than September 12, 2014 of the number of seedlings they intend to enter.
Linda Pinkham 24389 Mouring Dr. Carrollton, VA 23314 E-mail: lindapinkham@me.com Telephone: 757-238-2505 (h); Linda Pinkham President, Tidewater Daylily Society


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