The May 24 meeting of the Panhandle Horticulture and Environmental Studies Group will include a road trip to Panama City.

Members of the group will travel to Dragon’s Mead Daylily Farm where owners Randy and Cindy Fleming, members of the Tallahassee Daylily Society and the DeFuniak Springs Daylily Club, will conduct a tour and teach attendees how to grow, propagate and cross-breed members of the Hemerocallis (daylily) genus. Many beautiful cultivars are available to add sparkle to a garden.

Dragon’s Mead Farm is at 9431 N. Holland Road in Panama City, or call 850-271-9431 or 850-8143922 for information. To get there, take State Road 20E to 77S. Then take 388E Edwards Road to Holland Road. Park on Holland Road or Edwards Road. Please wear shoes for wet areas and bring bug spray. Bathroom facilities and water will be available on site.

Join the group for the tour that begins at 10 a.m. and lasts until noon. The group will have lunch at Simply Seafood, 429 Ohio Avenue in Lynn Haven. Reservations for lunch can be made by emailing stonejp338@gmail.com or call 850-951-0623.

The Panhandle Horticulture and Environmental Studies Group is a project of the Northwest Florida Garden Clubs. Meetings are free and open to the public. Each meeting consists of a lecture and field trip to places of interest in the Northwest Florida region. A wide range of environmental and horticultural topics are studied. There are no membership dues or requirements.