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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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Alpine Garden Society Jul 20
Meet Iris ensata 'Kumo-no-Obi' 😍 In addition to a hard-to-punctuate name, it boasts spectacular purple flowers with bright yellow signals 🤩 This one was grown from seed exchange seed & these are its first 🥰
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The American Iris Society Jul 13
The 2020 Summer Webinar Series continues this week: the second presentation is this Wednesday, July 15th at 5:30 p.m. Pacific, via Zoom Webinars. (Note: The registration information was sent to all AIS members last week via News & Notes.)
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Iris of Sissinghurst Jul 12
Still flowering... Iris ensata 'Lace Ruff' beautifully veined, perfectly named..
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The American Iris Society Jul 7
Attention AIS Members: The 2020 Summer Webinar Series is here, and the first presentation is this Wednesday, July 8th via Zoom Webinars. (Note: The series is FREE of charge to members of AIS, Affiliate clubs, and Sections) Not a member? Visit our website:
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Iris of Sissinghurst Jun 23
Celebrating midsummer blue and yellow iris spuria. Sunny yellow, sky blue.
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andi rivarola Jun 25
May 2019, B.C. I can't believe it's been a year from the Park Floral de Paris. Perhaps it was all a dream!
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Crafton Hills Iris Farm Jun 24
Noble Lord (Tasco, 2019) blooming during the 2020 season at Crafton Hills Iris Farm ~Enjoy!:
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Iris of Sissinghurst Jun 21
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Iris of Sissinghurst Jun 22
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The American Iris Society Jun 20
Replying to @WoodlanderPaul
Lovely iris and picture 👏👏👏🌿🌱☘️😍
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Paul Jun 20
Yay! it's the weekend... Iris 'Black Joker'
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The American Iris Society Jun 20
Replying to @Paul_Bygrave
Beautiful iris 👏👏👏🌿🌱☘️😍
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Paul Bygrave Jun 20
Iris x pseudata 'Yukiyanagi'.
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National Gardening Jun 20
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GardenOpus Jun 20
MAGIC MOMENT: Even in 93°F/34°C heat, Xiphion x hollandicum (Iris x hollandica, Dutch Iris) 'Blue Magic' sputters some flowers. Best as annuals colder than Zone 7, we Spring plant here in Zone 5 Chicagoland; quick Spring root development + heat = poorly opened flowers. Iridaceae
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GardenOpus Jun 19
🔥BRING ON THE HEAT! Phaeiris (Louisiana Iris) 'Misty Bayou' (Joe Musacchia, 2014) sneers at sizzling temps & humidity, flowers age to a stonewashed blue (pic 3). Plant habit wonky & gappy like most Louisianas, but getting there. Phaeiris = "most beautiful rainbow".🌈 Iridaceae
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Iris of Sissinghurst Jun 19
This plant delivers a double whammy. Deep purple flowers dance on long stems and the variegated foliage brighten the banks of ponds. Variegated Iris ensata delivers.
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