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Wellington, TN?

Posted by dixiedumplin 7a (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 17, 12 at 16:06

Anybody know where Wellington, Tennessee is? I've been looking for a hybridizer of some daylilies I've seen on the daylily databases and have only found one comment online that this lady may live in Wellington, TN. I can't seem to find Wellington on the Internet and I don't have an Atlas at the moment.

Hope somebody is more familiar with Tennessee than I am.

Thanks for your help.

DD


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RE: Wellington, TN?

I'm pretty sure there's no such place. My guess is that either the name is spelled differently (it's not really Wellington) or Wellington is the name of the road instead of the city. Recheck your source and go from there. I've checked a source that has even the smallest of communities listed, and Wellington, TN is a no-go.

If you can't find the city name, do you have other information, like the person's name, the cultivar name, etc?


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RE: Wellington, TN?

I did some more reseach and I believe it may be a community in Millington. I'm going to look for an address there. Her name is Emma Chandler. Thanks for helping.


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RE: Wellington, TN?

Emma Chandler
4000 Lelah Ln
Millington, Tn 38053

Here is a link that might be useful: Google Map


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RE: Wellington, TN?

Thanks, Brandon!


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RE: Wellington, TN?

dixiedumplin, are you close to Millington? Come join the West Tn Plant swap group.
Sprinf swap is April21.

Here is a link that might be useful: Find us here.


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RE: Wellington, TN?

No, I'm in south east Tennessee but thanks so much for the invitation.

DD


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RE: Wellington, TN?

"...I'm in south east Tennessee..."

In that case, come to the East Tennessee Plant Swap. Details can be found at the link below.

Here is a link that might be useful: www.EastTnPlantSwap.com


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RE: Wellington, TN?

You may already know this, but in case you don't there's a very good daylily breeder in Hixson, in SE TN. His name is Lee Pickles and he runs Chattanooga Daylilies. Link to his website is below.

Marty

Here is a link that might be useful: Chattanooga Daylilies


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