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Re: Calender

I was also disappointed that the iris materials that I ordered from AIS 
did not identify the irises.  I also ordered 10 calendars last year and 
none this year.  Choosing an iris to put in the calendar already shows 
favoritism.  Surely there are iris pictures available of irises which 
have already won awards, or that are not currently eligible for awards, 
which could be properly identified.  I am sure that many judges who 
determine the awards can recognize the irises on the calendar without 
names if they are in fact distinctive enough to win an award.  They rest 
of us would like to know their names.  I agree that AIS is falling short 
of its educational purposes when it publishes calendars with less 
information than a commercial flower calendar.

Phyllis Soine
Richmond VA

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