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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On Tues, March 7, 2017 Roger McCay will give our program entitled
"Effective Methods for Controlling Moles". Roger has been the
president of the Bloomington based LDHS-Limestone Daylily & Hosta
Society since 2011. Being more of an engineer than a gardener,
he spends more time in in engineering solutions to garden problems
and controlling pests. His 'favorite' pest, and that of his neighbors
is the mole,and so has become somewhat of a personal mission.

Our own Peggy Allen will also be showing pictures of some regional
iris gardens and giving us a preview of the Median Iris Society
Mini-Convention coming up in May. Peggy grows about 350 iris
with an interest in historic iris and black iris. Her garden is a
display garden for the Historic Iris Preservation Society.
She also grows about 100 daylilies and other perennials. Peggy has
been a member of IDIS since 2005, and is currently the treasurer
for Region 6 of the American Iris Society. Birding is a hobby
she is very passionate about, having a North American life
list of 721 birds.

AHS Region 2 Winter Meeting

Indianapolis will be hosting the
American Hemerocallis Society Region 2 Winter meeting
on February 24-26, 2017. Please follow the link
and click on "2017 Winter Meeting" for further information.

Median Iris Society Mini-Convention
Medians Rule Supreme in 2017

We are a sponsoring club of the mini-convention to be held
May 18-20, 2017 in Lafayette, IN. There is a discount if registering before February 15, 2017. Please visit for further information.

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