Here are more blooms for some of the iris fans out there. This first flower is ‘Gypsy Romance’ like most of the other irises in our garden it was a new addition this year. This is the first time its bloomed and it is certainly no disappointment.
Next up is ‘Invitation’, this little pretty is new to the garden this year and rewarding us with our first bloom ever. I’m looking forward to many years of these little beauties.
‘Hello Darkness’ is enjoying it’s second year with us as well. By next year, there should be a nice large plant here.
This is another shot of ‘Judy’s Blue’. I’ve already posted it once, but I couldn’t resist these blooms in the ‘Crimson Queen’. This flower spike is over 4 feet tall!
This is another un-named pass along iris that has been planted for almost three years and is blooming for the first time. We affectionately call this ‘Polly’s Purple’.
We bought this iris last year and for the life of me I don’t know how it managed to escape being documented without the correct name. We slipped up on this one. It’s not I’m that much of a plant snob, but when we are out buying new plants if you know the names of the ones you already have you won’t accidently buy it again. Jamie and I have almost 400 different plants in the garden now and we need a list to keep up with everything.
Oooooooooh and look at this new baby we got week before last. She’s not in the ground yet because we haven’t decided where we want to put her. This is ‘Edith Wolford’ and isn’t she a doll? I staged this shot for you and the one below. Doesn’t she look pretty with the ‘Sweet Southern Sunshine’ Daylily? Aaaaaaaaahhhhh… I just love a beautiful iris!