The Iris Database Demystified→Use this database at iris shows!

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The Iris Database Demystified

By KentPfeiffer
May 10, 2015

Many sources for information about Iris varieties are available online. But, once you understand a few aspects to how the search engine works, you will find that the Iris Database here at All Things Plants stands above the crowd.

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Name: Cindi
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May 10, 2015 7:42 PM CST
I wish I had thought to use our database at our iris show today!
Instead, I was checking my names with pictures on the iris wiki, which to me is almost impossible to use.
The one here is Much more user friendly! Next show, I will use this, and in the meantime, I'll show it to the other members of our club, AND I'll add the 140 photos I took today at the show!
Kent, thanks so much for explaining all the cool features of the database. I tip my hat to you.
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