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Tag Archives: Immortality bearded iris
Remontant: [ri-mon-tuhnt] adjective, blooming more than once in a season. I have been growing reblooming (i.e., remontant) perennials for over twenty-five years. First were daylilies, and then came roses, hydrangeas, azaleas, viburnum, and bearded iris. This week’s Vase on Monday … Continue reading
Today is Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day, a meme created by Carol at May Dreams Gardens. It is a time to share what is blooming in our garden. Please take A Walk in the Garden to see some of the flowers that … Continue reading
Can you imagine my surprise at discovering an ‘Immortality’ iris in bloom here at the beginning of August? One of the great joys in gardening is finding a surprise, and this is a joyous one. ‘Immortality’ is one of my favorite … Continue reading
For my weekly offering for In a Vase on Monday I am pleased to present a single column of ‘Immortality’ bearded iris. There are many plants blooming in my garden right now that have appeared in recent Monday postings, so I thought it … Continue reading
This is the right time of year in our area to divide and replant bearded iris, and I had a two foot by six foot bed of ‘Immortality’ bearded iris that needed to be dealt with. The white ‘Immortality’ iris is one of … Continue reading
So many delightful flowers are coming out now, I think I’ll just show a picture or two with a minimum of words on my part. The flowers speak for themselves. Enjoy. There will be more tomorrow.