Years ago, we received a gift of Iris rhizomes from a relative who was dividing flowers in his own garden. That gift keeps on giving. The spear shaped leaves pop up and a long erect flowering stem follows. Soon dense clumps of Iris bloom in our garden.
We have a variation of Bearded Iris, with golden beard, purple falls and mauve upright petals. Some summers, the wind and rain bend and break the top heavy stalks. Some summers, all the blooms die, ravaged by storms.
This June, we are fortunate to be able to look out and see a garden full of Iris flowers. Lucky us.
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