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Re: R & I

about folks bringing un-named iris to a show...

The WNYIS show is in a small space, which can be closed off at both ends
  During the judging, the admiring crowd starts to gather.  We try to give
them something to look at and our welcome table has bouquets of iris just
to be a beautiful preliminary to the show.  We encourage folks to use
iris that they don't know the name of in these display bouquets, or in
the design sections which are being prepared at the same time as the
show stalks. Anyone can enter a design, or a collection.

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY

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