Friday, June 2, 2023

Iris ~

I can't ever remember the iris being so beautiful.

I could not capture the color of this iris.  It is a black-purple.

Siberian iris are one of my favorite flowers.

Friend Julia in South Carolina calls them Flying Nuns 😁

The Rogue is packed and ready for tomorrow's hook in.  It is small, maybe 35 people, but very nice.  Even if I don't sell much, it will be fun sharing the day with other hookers.

Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs 😊


Saundra said...

Gorgeous garden of color. Wishing you LOTS of sales and time to relax for a day.

Julia said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful Irises with us. My Irises gave me my first bloom today.

Enjoy your hook-in. It's not the size of the hook-in that counts. It will be cozier.


Prims By The Water said...

Beautiful irises! At my old house I had every color of the rainbow. With 3/4 of an acre of land, I had the room for many flowers. Not here by the river though. Small lot but easier to manage. Have fun this weekend! Janice

Sue Swank said...

Your irises are so pretty. I especially like the orange ones. Have fun tomorrow. Safe travels.

acorn hollow said...

Your iris are lovely mine have not bloomed yet. Enjoy the hook in
Cathy said...

I hope your sales were good today; you’re very talented. The Iris are such a fun mix of symmetry and frilly extravagance. Proof of the Creator’s sense of humour imo 🥰 Siberian are also my favourite

marly said...

Those colors!! Gorgeous!! Mine are blue/white, have never spread, and only one flower this year. I hope your weekend had lots of sales and a great time.

TheCrankyCrow said...

Your irises are absolutely stunning! I don't think I've ever seen such a variety of colors! Of course, my favorite is that deep, deep, purple. Once upon a time, I had irises...they were just common medium purple kind. But eventually, they all turned yellow. I'm not a fan of yellow...and the rhizomes and adventitious root systems made them so hard to weed that I didn't even care when they disappeared during WWR. ~Robin~

Penny said...

Just beautiful! I’m not sure I could grow them here. On any given day we have had 13-15 deer in our backyard eating EVERYTHING! We live in a community, not in the woods! Our landscaper friend told us they are eating things they’ve never eaten before. There goes everybody’s gardens!!