NEXT MEETING: March 14, 2022 - A Livelier Iris

All about growing Louisiana, Siberian, Spuria, Pacific Coast and Bearded Irises in San Diego County.

‘Lady Jean' (T. Burns 1997) a tall bearded Iris.

In the Spring a livelier iris changes on the burnish'd dove; In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love. - Alfred Lord Tennyson

Join the SDHS on

March 14, 2022,
at 6 pm
on ZOOM only
for the General Meeting
featuring

Janis Shackelford
of
The American Iris Society and the San Diego Iris Society.

All about growing Louisiana, Siberian, Spuria,
Pacific Coast and Bearded Irises in San Diego County


The San Diego Iris Society was organized in July 1963 as a non-profit public benefit corporation with the express purpose of promoting the knowledge, culture and appreciation of plants in the Genus Iris, and to stimulate interest by planting irises in gardens, parks and public grounds.







 
Looking ahead -
Gretchen Ward, President, San Diego Epiphyllum Society.

April 11, 2022, 6pm,

Zoom only,

Gretchen Ward,

Epicactus.


"Epi hybrids have been created through the hybridization of epiphytic cactus species such as Disocactus and Selenicereus. There are both day blooming and night blooming species."

'Epiphyllums are what other flowers aspire to be.'

- San Diego Epiphyllum Society