These are your Region 17 Judges
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Bill started in iris in 2008 while on a trip to New Mexico. He stopped at Hondo Iris Farm and purchased his first 15-20 iris
When approached by other irisarians about forming a Novelty Iris Society – it was a dream come true
Connie has been known to clean out my Iris beds down to about 50 varieties and give the rest away so others can enjoy iris
Dana has a small commercial Iris Garden with over 2100 varieties, and she shows her Doberman Pinschers in conformation, obedience and rally
Debbie says, “Life is so full of wondrous and breathtaking things, but my favorite two are my family and my irises.”
Dell has over 1500 varieties of iris growing on her corner city lot in Plano. Her garden is an Aril Society International and a Median Iris Society display garden.
Jim enjoys playing in the yard and has about one hundred Tall Bearded varieties and about fifty Louisiana varieties, and a few Spurias.
Judy runs a commercial iris garden, is a member of three different local societies, and has served as an officer in three different national affiliated societies
Ramona enjoys judging and giving Judges Training schools throughout the country as well as tutoring new people on their way to becoming judges.