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Re: SHOW: TCIS Queen of the Show

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] SHOW: TCIS Queen of the Show
  • From: little bit littlebit63_38024@yahoo.com
  • Date: Mon, 30 May 2005 08:48:21 -0700 (PDT)

 Congrats on getting to the Queen's Table!!!  I hope
to be there some day. I have entered 3 shows and only
one have I ever been considered for the table, but it
was the last one knocked out. Our past club show, both
of my children entered and our daughter had 2 that was
considered in the youth division for best youth
specimen but she was knocked out also. Our shows are
always early and this yr we didn't have alot to chose
from. My next yr.

--- pvanconant@aol.com wrote:

> Our annual Tri County Iris Society show was held
> yesterday, in Lansing, MI.
> The flowers are late blooming this year, but entries
> were more varied, as 
> there were still a few SDB's, and plenty of IB, BB,
> MTB's that could be shown.  
> Many folks were lamenting that they had very few
> TB's that were ready, but 
> still an impressive number of varieties to please
> the eyes and nose! 
> Lots of artistic designs and WHOA the number of
> junior designers was 
> impressive! 
> Queen of the Show: 
> Dakota Moon, a Schreiners 1992 introduction 
> shown by D. K. Weaver:
> The Queens court consisted of:
> Swingtown, shown by B. Brochu
> Habit, shown by P. VanConant
> Five O'Clock World, shown by P. VanConant
> Superstition, shown by M. Bartel
> Raspberry Frills, shown by M. Bartel
> Stepping Out, shown by D. K. Weaver
> This was my first show and I was totally blown away
> that I placed 2 specimens 
> in the Queens Court.  I had 2 others, Elainealope &
> Master Touch, that were 
> considered but put back.  
> Of course I saw a couple of cultivars that I can't
> live without and hope to 
> obtain these this fall!  Several club members
> requested to do some exchanges 
> for Elainealope and Habit.  (Hope I have enough to
> go around!)
> Pat VanConant
> Holt, MI
> zone 5

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