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Discussion in 'Hobbies & Critters' started by Erythrone, Apr 20, 2013.
How do you keep your garden looking so fresh? Mine looks worn out and in need of a winter rest now.
The irises are always my favorite. Until your posts I never knew there were so many different ones. So beautiful.
Well, I think the weather is much cooler here than in your area. And the soil almost never dry out here (we had a draught last year, but it looks like we only have one every 10 years!). So the plant don't want to go sleeping because of stressful conditions.
Thank you Hera. I have a lot of other pics of Japanese Irises to show... But I did not edit them yet.
The endless garden...
Now, I'll be impressed when you continue posting flowers into the winter months :rollhappy:
She'll make beautiful photos of her garden in the dead of Winter!
Those are the greenhouse orchids...
I took many pictures of Japanses Irises last Summer but I did not show all of them.
Greywoods Gypsy Plumes
Ah! a nice touch of summer! Thank you!
Soo many Beauties :clap: !!!! Thanks!!!! Jean
Hosta August Moon
Koshui No Asa
High Standard Cascade
My Heavenly Dream
Greywoods Snow Etchings
Iris ensata Dalle Withewater
Iris ensata Avalanche
Iris ensata Celestial Emperor
Hermerocallis Moon Dazzle
Hemerocallis Hyperion, Echinacea Hot Papaya, Clematis Mme Julia Correvon, Berberis, Verbascum chaixii
Hemerocallis Western Country
Iris ensata Diomedes
Hemerocalllis Frances Joiner
Hydrangea serrata Blue Bird
Are you getting hungry for this year's blooms?
Good question Dot! I am so busy by now with my orchids and my work that I don't have much time to dream about the garden... And there are still a lot of snow here. But when I edited the last year's pictures yesterday I was getting hungry!
Nice garden and flowers
I am! Always look forward to your yearly shares!
Late season beauties:
Buddleia Pink Delight web by Erythrone, on Flickr
Thalictrum delavayi Splendide web by Erythrone, on Flickr
Gentiana clausa web by Erythrone, on Flickr
Gentiana clausa 1 web by Erythrone, on Flickr
Gentiana clausa 2 web by Erythrone, on Flickr
Gentiana clausa3 web by Erythrone, on Flickr
Gentiana clausa 4 web by Erythrone, on Flickr
Gentiana clausa 5 web by Erythrone, on Flickr
Beauties, for sure!
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