Monday, April 16, 2018

Iris, April 16, 2018

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Bearded Iris, Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, April 13, 2018
Friday was a beautiful sunny day, but Saturday brought heavy rainstorms, and colder weather moved in on Sunday.

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  1. ...iris are a good month off for us!

  2. Oooh, I don't think I've seen a yellow iris before. So creamy looking that I wouldn't mind eating lemon ice cream right now.

  3. I loved the "normal" irises, till I saw the bearded iris, like yours -gorgeous! We inherited a purple and a burnt orange bearded iris for the previous owner. Am smitten and thank you, thank you for sharing this pristine white one with All Seasons! Hope you're feeling better than last week. Otherwise, recuperate and take it easy, Blog Friend!

  4. That's a beauty! I can't believe you have them out already - ours are just starting to peek out of the ground!

  5. Iris are lovely. They remind me of the garden at our house when I was a kid. - Margy

  6. That is a beautiful Iris. I won't see mine until the end of this month. Hopefully the snow will stop by then! lol

  7. My grandmother grew irises right outside her kitchen door. Thanks for the memories Thanks for linking to Macro Monday 2!

  8. Beautiful photo of the iris, Lea. I remember that I wasn't fond of irises when I was a child...I must have been stung by a bee in one of them...but I grew to love them in adulthood. They look so regal. Your photo is lovely indeed.
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  9. Beautiful! With luck we will see some iris when we leave Florida...only a few wild ones around here.


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