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The Tidewater Daylily Society
The Tidewater Daylily Society was formed in 1992 when American Hemerocallis Society Region 3 Vice President, Tom Holman, recognized that a cluster of interested daylily people lived in the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area. Tom contacted Ron Harris as active ga
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AHS Conventions and Meetings
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.
24389 Mouring Dr.
Carrollton, VA 23314
Telephone: 757-238-2505 (h);
President, Tidewater Daylily Society
Square Foot Gardening at Home Grown Living - Gardening Tips and Information
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 ...
So, I will feed them more ...
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
2004 Mid-Atlantic Home & Garden Show
Linda Pinkham, former co-owner of Smithfield Gardens with husband, Bill, until 2001, earned her bachelor of science degree in ornamental horticulture and master's in plant protection at Virginia Tech.
husband are gardening on their 6-acre site in Carrollton, where they collect and trial plants, with a particular interest in daylilies.Pinkham currently is serving as vice president of the Tidewater Daylily Society and an exhibition judge in the American Hemerocallis Society.
...Linda Pinkham received her BS in Ornamental Horticulture and MS in Plant Protection at VA Tech.She
has worked and grown plants in Tidewater, VA, for the past 30 years.Her experience includes VA Tech Extension agent, floral designer and co-owner of Smithfield Gardens with husband Bill until 2001.
Since then, she
has been gardening on their 6-acre site in Carrollton, where they collect and trial plants.She is particularly interested in daylilies and is currently serving as VP of the Tidewater Daylily Society and an Exhibition Judge in the American Hemerocallis Society.