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OT:IRIS arrangements

From: Gordon & Loraine Nicholson <iris4u@pacbell.net>

Hello to everyone, San Joaquin Iris Society met last night at a florist
shop, we all were asked to bring a few blooms (we took 5, almost wiped
out our field, very little bloom here so far), the florist a non-iris
person picked and arranged 5 beautiful table arrangements. She kept most
colors (same color span) together,used allot of filler plus twisted
weeping willow branchs, bear grass etc: Gosh we had a great time, forgot
to mention we ate Italian together beforehand!! What do other clubs do
that we might try?  Lorraine at Woodland Iris Gardens enjoying the sun
two days in a row!!  Still waiting for bloom to happen.

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