Thursday, April 28, 2016

Got To Love a Iris Garden

 The main reason for going
 was to see the many Iris
 Hope you have them in your garden
when we moved I gave my Iris to a friend who didn't have the pink and white
 You remember the White was Aunt Minnie
 The pink was Miss Cloody
And the yellow was Mr. Frank


Sparky said...

Because our soil is acidic and dry, I didn't plant any tubers or bulbs. Now I wish I had made the effort because the Iris' are lovely! Good photos too. ~:)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Such pretty Iris. They don't work well up here, the frost heaves kill them. I had several for about three while they lasted:)

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Isn't it a wonderful sight....Iris in the Tennessee springtime.
What gorgeous colors there.
Thank you for brightening my day :)

L. D. said...

I only have the white ones. I have different colors than these and I know that I will be sharing them. Mine won't bloom for three more weeks or so.

Mildred said...

They are very special and beautiful. I am still having computer problems and hope to be back by next week.

Mari said...

They are really pretty! Iris always make me think of an old neighbor. She had a huge iris garden and always called me to come over and walk around it with her when it was blooming. She was so proud of it. She passed away and a nephew bought her house. He tilled it all under and planted grass, which makes me sad - especially this tie of year.

Simply Linda said...

Pretty, pretty, pretty...nothing planted here yet...still cold at night...have a beautiful day, Patsy.

Karen said...

Gorgeous colors. We have a few lavender ones here. I love irises.