When: Saturday, April 11. Open to the public 1 - 4
Where:   Austin Area Garden Center, Zilker Botanical Garden,
                      220 Barton Springs Road, Austin, Texas  78746

The Theme for the 2015 Show is "Colors of the Rainbow," which will reflect the diversity of forms and colors of the Rainbow Flower.

The Artistic Division will have five Classes:
     Class 1 -- "Colors of the Rainbow" -- Novice
     Class 2 -- "A Little Bit of Color" -- Small Design
     Class 3 -- "Double Rainbow" -- Two Containers
     Class 4 -- "A Blend of Colors" -- Designer;s Choice
     Class 5 -- "Dinner at the Rainbow Room" -- Table for Two

The 2015 Iris Society of Austin Show Schedule is available here:

Results of the 2015 Show can be found here.


2015 AIS Portland
When:  May 18-23, 2015
     Where:  Portland, Oregon


     When:  April 5-10, 2014
     Where:  Dallas, Texas

     When:  April 15-20, 2013
     Where:  Dallas, Texas

2013 Society for Louisiana Irises National Convention
     Hosted by the Iris Society of Dallas
     When:  April 21-23, 2013
     Where:  Dallas, Texas

2012 Cali-Zona Gold
     When:  April 16 - 21, 2012
     Where:  Ontario, California

2011 Victoria,  British  Columbia,  Canada

2010 Madison, Wisconsin -- "Mad About Iris"

2009 A.I.S. National Convention in Kansas City
     When:  May 11-16, 2009
     Where:  Overland Park, Kansas

Pictures of the A.I.S. National Conventions and the 2009-2013 Iris Shows
can be viewed

Lone Star State 2008 - the American Iris Society National Convention in Austin, Texas
Experience the highlights of Lone Star State 2008, the American Iris Society National Convention held in Austin and sponsored by our local society. Visit our website now at

2015 Annual Judges Training School --
The annual Judges Training School hosted by the Iris Society of Austin was held Saturday morning, January 24, in Ross Hall at the Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church, 7127 Bee Caves Road, in Austin. Registration began at 8:30 A. M. and the session lasted from 9 to 12. Al Elliott conducted the session. The topic was "Before Awarding the First Ribbon." There was a $5 fee for those attendees seeking credit for certification as a judge, but the session was of general interest to everyone interested in irises and was open to everyone.
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