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28 May 2007

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layanee

I think it was well worth your trip to see those beautiful iris. I have a few and they bloom well after all the other iris which is very gratifying.

David

Stunning! What a treat. Thank you.

Pam

Layanee - Same here - my bearded irises, etc are long gone - so they are about a month or so behind the others. I know that they need it to be moist, so I'll have to pay attention to them, especially when it is unusually dry (which it is now). I bet they look beautiful in your garden with the all of the rocks - I definitely envy stone walls now that I'm in the sandy south!

Pam

Layanee - Same here - my bearded irises, etc are long gone - so they are about a month or so behind the others. I know that they need it to be moist, so I'll have to pay attention to them, especially when it is unusually dry (which it is now). I bet they look beautiful in your garden with the all of the rocks (haven't I seen a stone wall in your garden?) - I definitely envy stone walls now that I'm in the sandy south!

David - Thanks for stopping by. I've been admiring your photographs ever since I saw your link at Anna Marias. Your photographs are simply beautiful (but then I'm rather found of your subjects!).

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