Iris on Parade

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

We had very strange weather here on the Cumberland Plateau in late winter and early spring. February was unusually warm, while April was much colder than normal. As a result we were kept wondering about how well our plants and flowers would do, But once we got into May the irises started putting on a show. The iris above is Mother Earth. I really like these colors.

Cable car is another iris we’ve enjoyed for several years. I like the unusual colors of this iris.

Eugenia King is a relatively new iris in our yard. But she still puts on a nice display.

I had to include My Beautiful Bride’s favorite iris, although I think she likes it as much for the name as anything else. This is Tennessee Vol, and is a must-have iris for any die-hard University of Tennessee fan.

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7 Responses to “Iris on Parade”

  1. Betsy Adams Says:

    Oh –how I love our Irises… You got some awesome pictures… Eugenia King is such a beauty –but then again, ALL of them are… GREAT JOB, my Love.


  2. Tee Says:

    Beautiful irises! Thank you for sharing these pictures. All the colors are stunning and I’m so glad they survived the wacky weather.

  3. Jeevan Says:

    Awesome capture on these eyes treating Iris! Glad these flowers showed up despite different weather conditions

  4. dayphoto Says:

    Geez, those are beautiful!

  5. SUZ Says:

    They’re all just lovely; iris’ are one of my favorites.

  6. rhiebert Says:

    They are all gorgeous.Can’t pick just one favourite.

  7. Sartenada Says:

    Wonderful captures of Irises. We never had them in our small flower garden many years ago. Thank You.

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