General Links & Resources

AHS Links

Other Daylily Links

  • Charlotte’s Daylily Diary
  • Daylily Trader – A Web Site of Cold Hardy Daylilies
  • Hybridizers Corner
  • Lily Auction
  • Ohio Daylily Society
  • Northern Mecca Hybridizers Group
  • The Greater Cincinnati Daylily-Hosta Society
  • Northeast Ohio Daylily Society
  • Central Ohio Public Gardens

    • Chadwick Arboretum (The Ohio State University), Columbus. A place to learn about native trees and shrubs. Has 1000 trees native to Ohio grouped by association. Also has a two acre research lake, the Van Wade Hosta collection and the Columbus Landscape Foundation conifer collection. Admission is free. To schedule a tour call 614-688-3479.
    • Franklin Park Conservatory, Columbus
    • The Gardens at Gantz Farm, Grove City, Ohio. Located at 2255 Home Road, Grove, City Ohio (Phone 614-871-6323) the focus of this garden is herbs. The Garden of Yesterday is a kitchen garden typical of an Ohio farm in the mid 19th century. The Garden of Today is a herb garden typical of the last half of the 20th century. The Farm also has a 19th century farmhouse, a garden of tomorrow, a knot garden, a fragrance garden, a dye garden and a cutting garden.
    • Governor’s Residence and Heritage Garden , Columbus. A 3.5 acre showplace of Ohio’s native landscapes and plant communities at the Governor’s residence. Public tours are given on Tuesdays by appointment only.
    • Inniswood Metro Gardens, Columbus
    • Kingwood Center, Mansfield
    • The Park of Roses, Columbus, Ohio. The Columbus Park of Roses is a 13 acre garden with 11,000 rose bushes. The park also contains a Herb Garden, a Daffodil Garden, a Perrenial Garden and specialized collections of heritage roses and minature roses. The Park is located at 3923 North High Street (Northeast Columbus)in Whetstone Park and is open and free to the public. The Park of Roses is one of the larges municipal rose gardens in the U.S. and should not be missed in early June when the roses are in peak bloom. A Rose Festival is held each year around the first week of June. The park offers a shelterhouse, walking trails, a gazebo and picnicing areas.
    • The Topiary Garden , Columbus
      Located behind the Main Library, at 480 East Town Street. Contains 80 yews clipped and trained into three dimensional garden sculptures of 54 people. Admission is free.

    Other Central Ohio Garden Clubs

    • Central Ohio Hosta Society
      Dick Barbee at (614) 875-5472 or e-mail jbarbee3@juno.com
    • Buckeye Rose
    • Central Ohio Daffodil Society
      Contact: Donna Dietsch at ddietsch2525@sbcglobal.net
    • Central Ohio Hosta Society
      Columbus Garden Railway Society
      A 125 member club sharing an interest in running large scale trains in an outdoor setting. Twenty plus railway gardens are open to the public each year the Sunday after Labor Day from 1 to 6 p.m. See web site for tour information.
    • Columbus Horticultural Society
      Oldest garden club in Central Ohio. Has been in existence since 1855. Meets at Grandview Public Library. Contact: Marilyn Wilson 614-272-0931
    • Garden Club of Ohio.MCDS is an Affiliate of GCO.
    • Men’s Garden Club of Central Ohio. Contact: Joe Stewart 614-529-0008; email: joestewart125@hotmail.com
    • Ohio Association of Garden Clubs
    • Ohio Daylily Society
    • Ohio Lily Society
    • Organic Gardening Club of Central Ohio. The group’s mission is to grow crops without the use of chemicals, to provide healthier food for our use and to promote safer environmental conditions. Meets at 7 p.m. the 4th Tuesday September through June at the Museum of Biological Diversity, 1315 Kinnear Road, Columbus, Ohio Contact: Gertrude Rasor 614-276-1728, Marilyn Wilson-614-274-0931.
    • Westerville Garden Club