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Re: Calender

Avocet International wrote:
> There is no good reference book available for identification of North
> American irises and, in part, this is one reason why they are not better
> known.  As it is Christmas, this problem came together with my
> disappointment about the iris calender from the AIS last year.  It was very
> small, expensive, and did not have the irises named.  The latter seems to be
> a most unprofessional error on the part of AIS which has education as part
> of its mandate. 

Irises eligible for awards are not named in the calendar to avoid 
any appearance of favoritism.

Gerry in rainy Los Angeles, who just won a lifetime achievement award
the San Fernando Valley Iris Society, and who just bought a heavy-duty 
printer to print the monthly newsletter

  • References:
    • Calender
      • From: Avocet International <avocet.intl@sympatico.ca>

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