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The American Iris Society
The American Iris Society was founded in 1920, and is dedicated to iris, the Flower of the Rainbow and its members who love them.
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The American Iris Society Apr 19
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Crafton Hills Iris Farm Apr 15
New Moon (Sexton, 1968) blooming today at Crafton Hills Iris Farm!
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Robbie Blackhall-Miles Apr 9
Yesterday's news from the ... Tiny weeny little Iris attica was flowering. Each flower stem is less than 6cm tall!
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Iris Umbria Apr 6
we'll be opening the gardens again for the peak of the iris bloom. We expect to be open at least 15-19 May, 2-5.30 on weekdays and 10-12.30, 2-5.30 at the weekend. Come and enjoy the colours and perfumes (and place your advance orders for rhizomes!)
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andi rivarola Apr 6
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andi rivarola Apr 6
Replying to @andinsky
Lovely day at San Fernando Valley Iris Show
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The Oklahoma Iris Society Apr 5
Please join us at our 87th Annual Iris Show and Sale on Saturday, April 20th, this year titled "Color My World with Iris". We will also have potted IRIS for SALE at our show starting at 1pm. OPEN to the PUBLIC 1-4pm and FREE/family friendly!
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The Oklahoma Iris Society Apr 5
Replying to @TweetAIS
ANYONE can enter the iris show! You could win the Queen of the Show and have your name engraved on a trophy and recieve a 2019 IRIS INTRO! Iris entries will be accepted until 10am. Judging will then commence at 10:15am by Certified Iris Judges. FREE to enter the show!
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Robbie Blackhall-Miles Mar 31
The bearded are starting in the iris bed at the nursery. Iris suaveolens, a blue form of Iris lutescens and a violet form of Iris pumila. Meanwhile indoors we have our first ; Iris sari.
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SchreinersGardens Mar 31
Rule of thumb: Feed your iris when tulips are blooming in your neighborhood.
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Chris Thorogood Mar 22
Wild irises (I. atropurpurea and I. mariae) seen this week growing in the hills of Israel and the Palestinian Territories. To see an iris in full bloom is delightful. To see in iris in the wild is unforgettable.
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Kit Strange Mar 22
The trough in the Alpine Yard is going from strength to strength.
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wildfloweryard Mar 29
Dutch iris making their spring debut. I got a big bag of bulbs from and oops half turned out to be Iris reticulata which is just as well because they have different bloom times.
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Chris Thorogood Mar 27
Iris mariae seen growing wild in the Negev desert last week. To see them gently swaying in the light desert breeze is a mesmerising experience, and one I’ll never forget.
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Noni Sturge Mar 29
I’ve just seen this in the garden. Can you help me ID it please? Thank you.
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The Oklahoma Iris Society Mar 29
Iris Show 101: from Grow to the Show! Join us Fri, April 5th at 7pm for our April meeting! 2 part presentation about preparing for the Iris Show and what judges are looking for in determining the best iris at the show. Will Rogers Garden Exhib. Center Room 1, 3400 NW 36th, OKC
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andi rivarola Mar 28
Lovely tall bearded iris 'Navy Blues' blooming today in the garden
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Helen Picton Mar 28
The first bearded iris is out, a beautiful but nameless dwarf
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GardenOpus Mar 27
TINY BEACON: The brilliant acid yellow flowers of Iridodyctium (Iris) danfordiae began to pop yesterday, finally (phew!!!) all 100 or so bulbs are noses-up! Speaking of noses, fragrance is intense, even from a short distance - but do a face plant for best effect!πŸ˜ƒ Iridaceae.
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The American Iris Society Mar 26
That's wonderful yo hear, as they really beautiful and easy to grow πŸ‘πŸŒ΅πŸƒπŸŒ±πŸŒΎπŸ€
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