Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Wordless Wednesday - Iris


Photo by Karen.

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  1. Iris Katharine Hodgkin (reticulata). Family: Iradaceae. Soil: clay, sand, loam. PH alkaline/ neutral. Dwarf bulbous iris growing to 12cm with pale blue flowers in late winter/spring. The falls are heavily veined with a deeper shade of blue and marked yellow at the base, with slender leaves that elongate after flowering. Can be grown in any aspect.

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  2. Beautiful! I have some out in my garden (different variety) and have realised that I must buy more next autumn!

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    1. They are a joy, aren't they. I'm always amazed how delicate they look, but they just keep popping up through the icy weather, undeterred.

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