INDIANA DAYLILY-IRIS SOCIETY (IDIS)

Non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of daylilies and iris


Our society meets once a month from March to September at First Friends Church, 3030 Kessler Blvd, East Drive in Indianapolis, Indiana. Monthly meetings are open to the public and guests are welcome

On our site you will find our calendar of events for this year, our newsletter, links to our national and regional societies, and links to local growers.

Latest News


Due to an unforeseen change in plans, our own Peggy Harger-Allen will be
presenting "Historic Iris" on Tuesday, May 11, at 6:30pm. Peggy
divides her time between bird watching and gardening. Peggy's Mother
and Grandmother grew iris and they became a favorite flower in the
1950's. She joined the Indiana Daylily-Iris Society in 2005 and started
studying iris seriously at that time. Today she grows about 350
varieties of iris and 150 daylilies with an emphasis on black iris
and historic iris (iris introduced over 30 years ago). Her garden is
one of the display gardens of the Historic Iris Preservation Society.
She is a garden/exhibition judge of the American Iris Society. Currently
she serves as treasurer for the AIS Region 6.

Please join us as she shares about historic iris and their preservation.



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