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A Few More Iris Varieties
I had to sneak out between downpours and snap a few pics before the severe weather comes through and batters the new blooms.
This is the first variegated bearded iris I've ever had.
Hope these don't get battered, they're just starting to bloom. (Avalon Sunset)
I brought in iris stem that got broken off in a storm and hadn't opened it's blooms, and it actually opened up in a vase! Very cool.
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I have variagated bearded iris in my garden too but they won't be flowering for many weeks yet. Their foliage is really lovely though isn't it with the dark and light contrast?
Your Iris are very pretty! The variegated Iris are such cool plants, even without the flowers. Maybe you should set up umbrellas for them! :) It's very rainy here today, how about there?
PL, Your irises are beautiful!! A friend just gave me a similiar variegated iris. I wonder if it is the same? Do you know the name of yours?
The orange one makes me think of orange-sherbet ice cream, I just love it.
I have the variegated iris too by my pond.I have a similar orange one but don't think it is blooming this year.Just happened onto your sites.Will explore since it has started raining again. We might be practically neighbors.I'm from West Branch,Iowa. LOL SewNsow
Thanks everyone! I went and looked up the 2nd one, it is Avalon Sunset. I couldn't find the name of the variegated, but do remember buying it in Des Moines.
That variegated Iris is so lovely! I've never seen one before.
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