Monday, April 27, 2015

A Bright Spot

in my back yard, this white iris didn't bloom last year. I was so happy to see it this year.
 I call it my Aunt Minnie Iris because it came from a lady that
helped us find Aunt Minnie's grave some years ago.
 A bud on the yellow Sunny Knock Out rose
peony is going to pop any time.

10 comments:

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Ooh how I love white Iris's, timeless beauty, and simply stunning in the night garden.
We had to dig up all of our Knock Out Roses, they were suffering from "Witches Broom" and I already miss them with a passion.
Beautiful Peonies such prolific blooms!
~Jo

L. D. said...

I lost most of my knock out roses but I am hoping the last two that I bought last fall did survive the winter. I keep watching them. I like iris and I like the way you gave it a name.

Mildred said...

Wow, you have some pretty blooms!

Ginny said...

The iris is just perfect and totally white!

Sparky said...

Lovely. ~:)

Mari said...

I love that white iris!
Your peony is going to be loaded with flowers.

Latane Barton said...

peonies are one of my favorites. And, yours is going to be beautiful very soon. Have a good day.

racheld said...

Oh, That White Iris!! What a lovely bloom---perfection of its kind, preserved in your pages.

And it's "PINIE" time here, as well. I'd never heard them called that until we moved here, and they're everywhere---even the short row, trimmed back nearly to the ground last year around the block, is about a foot high now, with the little bloom-balls bobbing in the breeze. They'll be a lovely strip soon, covered in pink tissue.

Glad to see your SPRING!

PS---I'm SO empathetic of the water problem---we have that going on as well, with great rivulets running down the sidewalk and way down the block, keeping the blacktop all torn up and crumbled from the damp.

But I love our neighbors, and we don't say anything, even about the kitties who bless our flowerbeds under the window every day. And that's why I've got a $30.oo quart of dried Coyote Pee in the potting shed. Hope it works.

Karen said...

That white Iris is exquisite!

Sue said...

Love seeing the beautiful blooms, yellow Knockout Roses are one of my favorites, they have such a sweet smell.
Iris' always remind me of my grandmothers old home place she had them planted along her front walkway, as a child I enjoyed them so much! Thanks for sharing.
Blessings,
Sue