My World # 29

Honey Glazed Iris, Fairfield Glade.  April 27, 2009.

Honey Glazed Iris, Fairfield Glade. April 27, 2009.

This is my post for the My World meme.  Last week there were over 120 people sharing their worlds.  To see more of our world or to join and share your part of the world, click HERE.

My world became much prettier yesterday, thanks to the beauty in the picture above.  This iris — Honey Glazed — is the first iris to bloom in our yard this year.

Last week when we went to my parent’s house near Nashville we admired the iris they had blooming and we it would be at least a week before ours started blooming.  I’m glad to say that we didn’t have to wait quite that long.

We’re now looking forward to other iris to follow this one.

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25 Responses to “My World # 29”

  1. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: That is a special bloom in your world for certain. We are far from any irises blooming.

  2. Busy bee suz Says:

    Such a gorgeous flower…you know only God could make something so pretty and delicate.

  3. JennJilks Says:

    OMG iris! Ours in My World are barely 3″ high, our season is a bit behind. Thanks for the foreshadowing!

  4. Valkyrien Says:

    What a beautiful color on that Iris! I am used to only blue! And I haven’t seen any of them yet….

    And yes George; The wind chimes are hanging from the ceiling in the lobby! And the statue below that post, is standing outside the hotel. Funny enough with his back to the magnificent view!

  5. Jen Says:

    You guys certainly have a talent with those flowers!

  6. Happyone Says:

    Another beautiful flower to brighten your yard and world.

  7. Dorothy Says:

    Love those Iris! They can put on quite a show! Flowers really make “our world” prettier!

  8. Denise Says:

    I have never seen a honey-glazed iris before. It is stunning!

  9. Tarolino, Finland Says:

    That one is a true beauty George. I’ve never seen any Iris like that one. I’m druling here. It’s that gorgeous and wonderful presentation too.

  10. Janie of Utah Says:

    What a beautiful iris. We’re finally getting daffodils here, and the tulips are making buds…

  11. Hilda Says:

    I’ve never seen an Iris for real either. Very interesting shape — it reminds me of orchids, actually. Your garden must be really wonderful now with all kinds of flowers beginning to bloom!

  12. Susie Says:

    The name seems to fit perfectly! Very pretty!

  13. aguthrieimages Says:

    what a beautiful Iris, and the name is cool as well. you took a wonderful snap of this beauty thanks for sharing it with us.
    mine is here

  14. Mary Says:

    That is so pretty! I would love to have huge iris beds! I drool over the Iris catalog, but know from experience that I’m better off getting local ones. I’ve got a puple one blooming right now and haven’t even gotten a photo yet.

  15. Gaelyn Says:

    I love the two-tone color. What a beauty. Ours are purple.

  16. Tootie Says:

    I love that iris George. Can’t wait to see the next one blooming.

  17. Rambling Woods Says:

    We are finally getting some blooms after temps near 80 over the weekend. Of course it is back in the 40’s now, but the shorts felt right for a while. I do hope that the goose recovers as she suffered for a while with her injuries…

  18. Rose Says:

    It certainly is a beauty–I love all the colors that the iris comes in.

  19. Antigoni Says:

    Amazing flower, fantastic colour. I can’t wait to see the rest of your blomming garden.

  20. Pacey Says:

    That’s a happy iris bloom, so enchanting and I love the yellow color of it. 🙂

  21. karin Says:

    Love your iris! She’s gorgeous! Very appropriately named.

  22. Erin Says:

    a lovely iris…like two-shades of creamy yellow…beautiful.
    my iris’ are still waiting to come to life.
    have a lovely wednesday.

  23. Indrani Says:

    Beautiful bloom!

  24. LEEDRA Says:

    The Honey Glazed Iris is a beauty!

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  25. Latane Says:

    That’s a gorgeous iris. I have a couple blooming now. Wish they lasted longer than they do.

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