Wrennies Bloomers

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  1. Wrennie

    Wrennie In Flower

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    I got some photos this morning. Good thing cause now its pouring out there and we may get hail. There were 2 buds starting to open on my 1st clematis yesterday, this morning there were 9!!!(no pic of that yet)
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    Droopy Slug Slaughterer Plants Contributor

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    You've got some really nice blooms! I love the yellow one, and the irises too. Actually I love them all. :D
     
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    glendann Official Garden Angel

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    Oh my Goodness Wrennie you have so much going on in your yard.I love all your blooms but those purple irises are to die for and picture # 1 is beauties for sure they stand out.Thank you for posting them.I do hope you do not get the hail storm.
     



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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    Boy oh boy what a lot of beautiful plants you have Wrennie. I hope you don't get hail because I'd hate to see any of your flowers damaged by it. Please take piccies of your clematis when you get the chance as they are one of my favourite climbers. :stew1:
     
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    Very colorful! Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Netty Chaotic Gardener Plants Contributor

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    Lovely blooms Wrennie! I especially like the yellow Iris!
     
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    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    My, oh my Wrennie...it's a feast for the eyes!
    You've got a little bit of everything there...and it all looks so darn good.
    Congrats on such a great success so far this season.
    It's just grand.
     
  10. Wrennie

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    Thanks everyone!
    Netty that yellow iris was saved by my friend in South Carolina. A house sold and the new owners were going to bulldoze those 'weeds'! So the color was a complete mystery till it bloomed.Some yellow irises look kind of brownish to me but this one I really like.I think its a very old variety.
     
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    My goodness . . . what lovely bloomers they are indeed!!!
     
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    Wow what pretty flowers you have. I esp. love the irises. Those are my weakness!
     
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    Biita Arctic-ally Challenged Forager

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    Very nice flowers!!! Pic #3 I would swear it was a Cloudberry flower, or Molte. I would have to see the leaves tho. And the next pic #4, that grows wild here,, but can you tell me the name. I love those when they just pop up all over the road sides. At least i think its the same thing.
     
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    Biita Arctic-ally Challenged Forager

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    I just wanted to say,, i didn't mean buttercups when i was saying they grow all over the roadsides here,, but they do seem to love the water that lays in the rain ditches.
     
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    Pretty! Pretty! Pretty!! Oh Wrennie I hope you don't get the hail storm we had. My poor little flowers are still looking sooooo sad :'(
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  16. Wrennie

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    #3 is a bloom on my strawberry plant.
    The 4th and #5 (same plant) Are growing wild here too. I haven't looked up what it is really called. I was calling it a buttercup but I dont know if thats right.
     

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