Midwest Daffodil Society

The MIDWEST DAFFODIL SOCIETY seeks to promote and encourage the growing and scientific study of the Daffodil, and to foster and stimulate public interest in

  • having daffodil shows and sales
  • encouraging the visitation of gardens of members
  • having planned garden trips
  • holding any other event which will create greater interest in daffodils.
  • This website is hosted by the American Daffodil Society for the Midwest Daffodil Society. Our thanks to them, and here's our request to you: check their website at DaffodilUSA.org. Then, consider joining the American Daffodil Society.

    Send an email to the Midwest Daffodil Society : here
    Ask us a question or request a callback.
    We often meet at the Chicago Botanic Garden and our show and sale dates are usually posted on their calendar.

    Remaining Calendar for 2017
    October 21-22 Bulb Sale, CBG, Burnstein Hall
    Details will be posted here. Pretty much the same drill as in prior years.
    October 29 Annual Meeting and Bulb Exchange, CBG
    Location TBA, posted here soon, 1:30 PM

    The Spring Show will be at the CBG on April 29-30, 2018. More details here later.

    Some resources available for download here:

    Download a PDF copy of the Fall 2017 newsletter. This contains info about the sale and general news.

    Download a PDF copy of the Fall 2017 Bulb Sale for October 21-22. -->

    Download a PDF copy of the Fall 2017 Bulb Exchange list for October 29.

    See our Facebook page for a video showing many of the bulbs which will be for sale at the CBG on October 21-22. A list of most of those bulbs is in the Fall Newsletter, cited above.

    A list of bulbs available for the bulb exchange at the CBG on October 29 will be available soon. Send an email if it is not further referenced here.

    More info about the Sale and the Annual Meeting will appear here shortly.

    Download a PDF copy of the schedule booklet for our show on April 29-30, 2017. This version was for printing back to back and assembling to make a booklet. Follow the page numbers to use it if you don't assemble the booklet.

    Visit the home page of : The American Daffodil Society Many other daffodil shows and sources are referenced there.

    View or take part in the worldwide ongoing conversation about daffodils at Daffnet.org. You may go directly to Daffnet here.

    This website is under reconstruction and its full contents may reappear soon.