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.

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2018 AHS Region 2 Winter Symposium

The Winter Symposium is being held in Indianapolis, February 23-25 at the
Embassy Suites by Hilton. It should be a good time to think about daylilies
and the coming of spring. Go to the following link for further information.

Spectacular-not Spooky, the World of Spiders

Leslie Bishop will be our speaker on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 6:30 at
First Friends Church. Her presentation will introduce us to the
fascinating world of spiders and their vital role in nature. She will focus
on the interesting diversity and unique life styles of spiders that live
right here in Indiana. Leslie is a retired professor of biology from
Earlham College, where she taught for over twenty years. Her courses
included Invertebrate Zoology, Insect Biology, and Biological Diversity.
In addition, she enjoyed teaching her tropical field courses: Marine Biology
and Tropical Ecology. Since retirement, she has taught Wildlife Ecology in
Tanzania, and has been a Fulbright Scholar teaching in Dominica. Her
current interest is to raise awareness about the conservation of
biodiversity, and to encourage people to learn about the natural world.
Please join us for this unusual program.



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