Midwest Daffodil Society
This page last updated April 18, 2022.
The MIDWEST DAFFODIL SOCIETY seeks to promote and encourage
the growing and scientific study of the Daffodil, and to
foster and stimulate public interest by
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
The Spring 2022 MDS Daffodil Show will be held on April 23 -24
It's Sunday evening before our show and I usually have a refrigerator
full of blooms to consider. However, I have no fine blooms in the yard yet.
Some of you are in the same boat, while a few have indicated that you
do have some good ones and more coming in time.
So we WILL have a show and will cross our fingers that more blooms are
forthcoming. Al and I plan to set up Bernstein Hall on Friday morning.
We could use a little help but have done it ourselves alone. Call if you are coming to help.
Lindalee Stuckey indicates that she has blooms and will set up for the design show
A copy of the show schedule in serial form is attached. Copies of the booklet form will be available on Saturday.
Let me know at the email address here if you have questions or advice
or if you just want to tell me how many blooms you may have.
2022 MDS Show Schedule in PDF format may be
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 and here.
The 2021 Spring Show was
not held due to the COVID19 interruption. We
did hold a very successful bulb sale at the CBG on October 16-17.
The 2021 Business meeting was held on Sunday, October 23.
The traditional "Bulb Exchange" was held at that time.
See our Facebook page for
more information and for many
photos from from
former MDS and American
Daffodil Society shows.
View or take part in the worldwide ongoing conversation
about daffodils at Daffnet.org.
You may go directly to
This website is intentionally kept to minimum,
primarily local, information.
If you have questions or comments about this
website or the Midwest Daffodil Society please send an
email to: Daffodil@Dorners.net
for much more information about daffodils.