Foothills Daylily Society host June 22 flower show

This cultivar is called “Ruffton Redneck” – Hybridizer/photographer: Kirk Milleman

Foothills Daylily Society will host an officially sanctioned flower show on Sat., June 22nd at American Legion Post 74, located at 2501 U. S. 64-74 Hwy., Rutherfordton (formerly Greenhill Elementary School). The show will be open to the public free of charge beginning at 1:00 p.m. The show will also include a people’s choice design competition featuring flower arrangements using daylilies as the primary flower. Any non-professional floral designer is welcomed to enter the competition. For guidelines and other information, please consult the club website at or e-mail the show chairperson at .

Visitors will have the opportunity to buy plants grown by local club members beginning at noon. Representatives from the Rutherford County Visual Arts Center will also be on site with various arts and crafts available for purchase.

Foothills Daylily Society is one of thirteen daylily clubs in Region 15 (North Carolina and South Carolina) of the American Daylily Society. Established in 2006 by Howard and Joyce Parris, along with John McWhorter, the club has maintained a core membership with several members being actively involved both at the regional and national levels of the American Daylily Society. The mission of the local club, like that of the national organization, is to educate people about daylilies, to promote the cultivation and enjoyment of daylilies, and to foster the on-going improvement of this perennial flower.

The club welcomes new members at any time. Dues are $10 per year. Youth members (under age 18) with an adult sponsor may join free of charge. Scheduled meetings for the remainder of 2019 are posted on the website.

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