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Donna

Hi Karen: The iris photos are wonderful. Our iris are just about to bloom here. We have had a cooler spring, so they are a little later than usual, but the warm weather has now arrived, so they should be in their glory very soon. Thanks for posting these, I always love flower photos.

fiona

Once again, what fabulous photos. And I love all of their true names. Thanks!

Maureen

I love iris, probably because they were the first things I grew in the little patch of garden my father gave me as a child. I didn't know there was such variety, though. Lovely pictures.

Peter the flautist

Maureen, have a look at the "Juno" group of iris which originate in Mesopotamia if you would seek an even greater variety of exotic colours and forms. See many of them here http://www.pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/JunoIrises

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Maureen

Thank you, Peter, for the superb link. I can see my autumn planting will be very interesting.

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