The Iris Society of Austin meets the second Tuesday of January, February, March,
April, May, September, October and November at 7:00 pm. Their dues are
$12.00 yearly. Their
goal is promote and increase knowledge on the growing of irises. Their
show is in April.
North Plains Iris Society whose theme is "Our Gardening Heritage - Growing,
Showing, Sharing", meets the first Sunday of each month at 2:30 p.m.,
(unless pre-empted by Holidays) February through October, except May when they
hold their annual Iris Show and Competition which is held on Mother's
Day. Their other programs are varied. The dues are $8.00
a year for a single membership or $10.00 a year for a couple.
They are due September 1st each year.
Dawn Boyer, 1900 Daws Drive, Amarillo, Tx 79124 806-354-8781
We welcome you
to join Permian Basin Iris Society a proud member of AIS Region 17 and an
affiliate of the American Iris Society. Our monthly meetings are educational and
fun. Programs include how to use iris in design or arrangements, what companion
plant to grow with your iris, how to grow rebloomers, the history of the iris
species, spuria iris, arils & aril-breds, novelty & space agers, how to
prepare your iris for show, how to dig & plant iris, and many more
meets the second Monday of each month, February through October at, 6348
Christopher Lane, Odessa, TX. Dues
are $7.00 per year for single memberships or $10.00 per year for families or
couples. Check out their new website: http://www.wix.com/dkstraus/permianbasinirissociety#
Jones 12324 W Palomino Drive, Odessa, TX 79764
the second Monday of each month at Pilgrimís Bank Community Room on
Texas. They meet every month except July and
August. Dues for individuals are $5 and for a family are $8. Piney
Woods Iris and Daylily Society will have their show on the third or fourth
Saturday in April. Their sale date will be the 1st Saturday in
October. They do not have a judges training class scheduled.
Lisa Toland 79
C.R. 1310 Pittsburg,
Plains Iris Society
The South Plains Iris Society meets the fourth Monday of each month, February
through October at the Home Plate Diner located at 7615 University Ave. in Lubbock, Texas. Their
objective is to promote interest in and the culture of plants of the genus
iris. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in iris, and resides
in Region 17 of the American Iris Society. Dues are $5.00 for the
individual and $7.00 for a family.
S. Aspen Ave Lubbock, TX 79403 806-746-6002
The Waco Iris Society meets the third Saturday at 10 am of September, November, January,
March and May at the Waco West Library, located at 5301 Bosque Blvd in Waco, TX 76707. Their address is PO Box 7081, Waco TX
76714-7081. Their goal is to encourage interest in the growing and
propagation of the members of the Iris families, and to be affiliated with the
American Iris Society.
West Texas Iris Society in a 501(c)(3) affiliate of the American Iris Society.As a part of American Iris Society Region 17, the goal of the West Texas
Iris Society is to promote iris knowledge and encourage the love of irises
through educational programs, shows and sales. WTIS meets on the first Thursday
of February through October at 7:00 pm (except July when the meeting is on the
second Thursday) at the Community & Senior Services Center, located at 3301
Sinclair, Midland TX. Everyone is
invited to attend a meeting, learn more about iris and get to know our members.To join WTIS, yearly dues are $7.50 for the individual, $10.00 for a
family and $20.00 for a sustaining member.The
WTIS encourages membership growth and club development through programs, events
and enthusiastic members.