Barring any last minute glitches, the website (www.theshadyspotiris.com) will open tomorrow morning with the new Burseen introductions and all the other irises updated and ready to purchase! I’ll introduce them one by one on here in the coming days but if you are impatient like I am, you can see them all on the website starting in the morning.Details
Visit our facebook page at www.facebook.com/Seandelirisgardens/. There you will find our 2018 “Catalog” in the 2018 Albums, or get an electronic PDF copy of it by sending your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do NOT have a printed copy we can mail to you.
The irises we are offering this year are in the 2018 Albums by type of iris. The price follows the iris name ex: WOW FACTOR – $8.
If you are looking for a particular iris that is not listed, please ask. Because not everything we grow is in the catalog, we just might have it. Besides, we know lots of other people who grow irises.Details
OFFICERS FOR 2018-19
BILL PITTMAN-PRESIDENT, 4211 S. WASHINGTON ST. AMARILLO, TX. 79110 CELL 806-679-7351 email@example.com
JANET CHAPMAN -VICE PRESIDENT 4218 GARY AMARILLO, TX. 79103 806-352-1922 firstname.lastname@example.org
STEPHANIE SULLIVAN- SECRETARY 6815 CLOUD CREST DR. AMARILLO, TX. 79124 806-683-2726 email@example.com
MARGARET EDGINGTON-TREASURER-2002 LAKEVIEW DR. FRITCH, TX. 79036 Margaretedgington@gmail.com
This is the final issue of the newsletter that will be sent in hardcopy to all Region 17 members. Starting with the NEXT issue (Fall 2018), everyone with a valid email address will receive their newsletter BY E-MAIL ONLY!Details
Hello, This newsletter has been at the printers for about 15 days. I hope the hard copies mail soon! Please enjoy this e-newsletter from AIS R17. Please share this newsletter with all your club members, especially those that might not be AIS members. I look forward to seeing you at all the iris events. I…Details
The 2019 Ackerman Youth Essay Contest Theme is:
“If you could plant an iris garden anywhere in the world, where would it be, which irises would you choose to plant, and what would you like visitors to your garden to learn?”
Our 2017 Iris Catalog is ready. It is available as a full color PDF file (78 pages) that we will email to you.
There are 571 varieties listed: 24 Borders (BB), 82 Intermediates (IB), 24 Miniature Talls (MTB), 69 Standard Dwarfs (SDB), 3 Miniature Dwarfs (MDB), 97 Arilbreds (AB), 187 Talls (TB), 62 Louisianas (LA), and 23 Spurias (SPU). Order form included.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request yours today