My World: Iris in Bloom

Honey Glaze Iris, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. April 22, 2011.

This is my post for the My World meme.  It is hosted by Klaus, Ivar, Sandy, Wren, and Fishing Guy.  To learn more about our world or to join and share your part of the world, click HERE.

We were down to one lonely tulip in the front yard, but then the iris started blooming and we are once again enjoying beautiful blossoms.  The first iris to bloom was Honey Glazed, which is shown above.

Blatant Iris, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. April 22, 2011.

It would be hard for me to pick a favorite, but this one — Blatant — would certainly be in the running.

Clarence Iris, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. April 23, 2011.

Another iris that is blooming is Clarence.

All three of these are re-blooming iris, so if Mother Nature cooperates we’ll have another show in October.

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21 Responses to “My World: Iris in Bloom”

  1. Mildred Says:

    Like you, George, it is hard for me to choose a favorite. I do love the deep, royal purple of Blatant though.

  2. diane Says:

    I thought irises were only blue. Dummy me. They are both lovely.

  3. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    Oh the regal beauty of the Iris.Mine are a long way off from blooming.

  4. Sandra Says:

    it does sorta look like honey was drizzled over it. beautiful Iris, and I know you are happy spring is sprung in your neck of the woods

  5. Kathy Says:

    Such pretty irises!

  6. busy bee suz Says:

    The colors are so gorgeous…like a perfect painting.

  7. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    Definitely hard to choose a favorite! The colors are so gorgeous! A perfect painting indeed! Another lovely look at your world! Hope your week is off to a great start!

    Sylvia

  8. Lesley Says:

    These are stunningly beautiful. We are still a long, long, way off, I saw some crocuses and daffodils yesterday …

  9. Loren Says:

    I LOVE the purple and yellow!! I will have to get my landscaping pics up so you can see….although it doesn’t even begin to compare with your yard but nevertheless, flowers are beautiful no matter what!!

  10. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    The honey glazed is just the color of honey!! I agree with you, blatent is my favorite, though the blue one is a close second!!

  11. Rajesh Says:

    Beautiful flowers. Such lovely colors.

  12. EG Wow, Canada Says:

    So very beautiful, George!

  13. Jenn Jilks Says:

    How beautiful! We’re just seeing daffodils these days. I’m not sure what is IN my garden. Being new here. I wait with baited breath.

  14. Jen Says:

    Dear George,
    Please be my gardener.

  15. ewok1993 Says:

    I love iris. We planted a few of them two years ago. We got blooms last year. Then the gopher attack happened. Glad to see this year that one plant has survived the attack and has gifted us with a lovely purple bloom.

    Happy belated Easter sunday.

  16. Judy Says:

    Nice to see something other than the rain we are having here! Our first thunderstorm of the season!
    I have to agree with you that it is hard to choose one iris as being better than all the others! I have not seen any of these three before!

  17. Marsha Young Says:

    These photos are just amazing. Truly beautiful in both color contrast and detail. Thank you for sharing them.

    Have a wonderful spring. … Marsha

  18. MaryBeth Says:

    Wonderful colors. do people still call Iris Flags??? MB

  19. Neal Says:

    Gorgeous George. Those are really beautiful.

  20. sartenada Says:

    Wonderful flowers. We do not have them, sigh, what a pity.

  21. Rose Says:

    I got my first bloom today….I can almost smell these just looking at your photos!

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