This is a site where anyone can post their pictures for the rest of us to enjoy. I didn't have a lot of new iris bloom this year and my photography leaves a lot to be desired, but here's one to get us started.
Pictures to enjoy through Winter Boredom - Beardless
Love this new thread. Beardless are my favorites. Since I have already posted pictures of mine on Boojums thread, I will sit back and enjoy.
Great idea, Mittsy!
have not seen that rare beauty where did you get it?
I have gotten several this year from Draycott because I love those eyelashes.
Going Sat to a garden that he has tons of species and many other plants.
Anyone looking for something special I can see if he has it...
I know I am looking for more species for me
well, am not sure where I got E P - I have not verified the name with any listing....just assumed it is correctly labeled...duh
I have gotten a lot of iris friom Iris City Gardens in Prim TN - Greg and Macey are just the nicest folks - have gotten a couple of friends and driven down there - we always come home with the Janmobile (a Toyota Highlander) full of plants !!! they have a really nice online site: iriscitygardens.com - have a look......
where/what /who is Draycott??? I am almost afraid to ask...hahaha
pic of Jap Iris Gracieuse..an oldie, but a goodie
I just love that Eden's Paintbrush but I can't seem to find any info on it. I have a new bed with that color, I would love to find that Iris!
jrwbirds, thanks for checking. It is so pretty and just the right color combo. Ruby Slippers is very nice too.
I have visited Iris City gardens too and have a cd of my pics. Another winter time thread. It is well worth the drive to see such beauty. They are really nice folks.
Does anyone know if Longwood Gardens near Philadelphia has an Iris display?
Beardless is LITTLE RUBY SLIPPERS as posted. Ruby Slippers is a bearded IB. Please by careful to get correct names. It can be difficult but do concentrate so people can find the correct plant they wish.
OMG. Never grew any of these before. They are gorgious. Are there any hardy to Zone 3A to 4A.