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

8 comments:

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 years...fun 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 :)
~Jo

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.