Discussion in 'Hobbies & Critters' started by Erythrone, Apr 22, 2011.
Very nice! Can you show us a closer pic of what's in the large pot?
Do you mean the red plant? It is a Sarracenia Scarlet Belle.
Thanks. Looks very healthy!
Thank you for the wonderful photodiary of your magnificent garden. I have been following this post and it is wonderful. Your photos and your diverse plants are great. Thanks. All I can say is Wow, what a garden.
Thank you, Leo and Kevin!
Pattern variation for Ike No Sazanami:
Sing The Blues
Iris ensata Angel Mountain
Silverband (It seems to be a syn. of Iris ensata variegata.). The flower looks like the species. Small purple flower with 3 falls but with variegated foliage. The variegation is much interesting in spring. The blue cloloration is too intense in the pic.
Sunrise Ridge, one of my favorite this year. Vigourous plant. A very good bloomer. I never saw a JI with such a high number of buds when grown in a 1 gallon pot.
Great job plus excellent photo's. I personally would love to have the time to create such a lovely garden shed, but don't at the moment. Maybe in a few years i will. For now i took the easy way out and got my garden shed and a carport form isheds here in Australia.
If anyone is time short like me, check out isheds.com.
Keep up the great work.
this could lead to another addiction!
Overwhelming thread! Still amazed.
Ohhhh, the irises!! :drool: You have so many different kinds. Yummy! :clap:
Was just thinking the same thing myself. Thank you so much for posting such beauty.
Some other plants than Japanses irises today
Digitalis x mertonensis
Delphinium Crystal Delight
Astilbe Milk and Honey
Clematis Mme Julia Correvon et C. mandshurica
Campanula punctata Cherry Bells
I'd love to walk through your garden!
Thank you Dot!
Iris ensata Prairie Tapestry
Iris ensata Crested Surf
Iris ensata Dramatic Moment
Delphinium, Genista tinctoria Royal Gold
:clap::clap: OK so what don't you have! What a tour! :clap:
Well... I don't grow palm trees nor baobabs... No sequoia too!
I think you have every kind of flower under the sun!
Oh man, I seriously covet those Japanese irises. I bet they're not hardy in my zone though...and they get to be quite big too, don't they? I don't have much space left in my garden.
Lovely, lovely photos Erythrone!
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