Entries Tagged as 'Iris'

Sunday, May 29th, 2016

A Peek into TheGardenLady’s Garden

Check out some photos taken by Laura Hawkins of the flowers in my garden. It is the end of iris season, so the photo shows a lot of dead blooms. Nonetheless, you can get some idea about how many irises I had blooming. The second photo above shows Baptisia in bloom next to the yellow […]

Monday, June 18th, 2012

People Enjoy Irises in TheGardenLady’s Garden

Wild Iris by macropoulos TheGardenLady wants to continue to write about some of the flowers in her garden that make people  stop and ooh and aah.  Today she will talk about irises. 2012 has been a spectacular year for irises. I love them all but am particularly fond of the dark purple Siberian Iris.

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Visiting White Flower Farm Nursery

Japanese Iris by eclectic echoes As I mentioned in my last post, this past weekend, I convinced a gardening friend to visit some of the gardens I have written about on TheGardenLady.org blog and other gardens or nurseries I wanted to visit to enable me to write about them.  I also wrote about visiting Cricket […]

Monday, May 31st, 2010

Mini Iris Problem

Mini Iris by jamesrjohnson TheGardenLady received this question from Debbie. My favorite “mini” purple irises have very little blooms this year? Do I need to expose the roots? More sun perhaps? From the sounds of your letter, your favorite “mini” purple irises have bloomed for you in the past. You don’t mention if the plant […]

Monday, August 10th, 2009

Iris Art

Iris by Pris 🙂 Perennials are wonderful to have in the garden. Many are almost carefree once they are planted. Oh yes, you have to dig up and divide every few years for optimum bloom, but other than that, you are pretty free of work once the plants are planted. But you do sacrifice something. […]