The SIGNA Bulletin is published twice a year and mailed to all members. It contains color photos and typically has 15 to 20 articles on various iris species, researchers, hybridizers, and explorers. Many articles are written for the novice iris grower, while others are highly scientific in nature.|
All the back issues of our publication are available for a nominal copying and mailing fee. Over 4000 pages of information, much of which is not available elsewhere. Cost is $4 each for Spring 1999 and prior issues, and $5 for Fall 1999 onward, containing color.
Contact our Publications Chair for ordering information.
P.O. Box 250
Molalla, OR 97038-0250
NOTE: Carla has mentioned that the most requested back issue of the SIGNA Bulletin is issue #53, Fall 1994. This issue contains an interesting series of articles, compiled by Darrell Probst entitled "On Seeds and Germination". The articles are based on readers' responses to a survey written by Darrell, which asked readers how they grow species from seed. The contents include:
Just thought you might want to know!
- Bearded Irises by T. Varner
- Aril and Arilbred irises (2 articles) by S. Norris and S. McAllister
- Sino-Siberian Irises by C. Lankow
- Siberian Irises by M. Schafer
- Pacific Coast Native Irises by J. Ghio
- Louisiana Irises by Dr. K. Vaughn
- Tender Evansias by D. Probst
- x Pardancanda norrisii, Pardanthopsis, and Belamcanda by D. Probst