KatsI2 said:We are having a major storm today. The garden is full of new blooms. I brought some in the enjoy before they are dashed😭. I have known:
Quaker lady, Indian Chief, honey glaze, champagne elegance, immortality, footloose, burst of joy( ?). Anyone wanting a tuber or two or three ...+++Lol -of IC, HG, CE, Immortality , let me know. The small blue/purple reblooms grows in sun or shade, rarely rots, grows like a weed. Smells wonderful. It is at least 50 years old. I would say it is a historic but has no ID. The extra tall pale lavender has no ID. Planted in the 60s I have in abundance. I have an extra tall hardy Yellow not shown here that may be Alice Harding. Also in abundance I started growing Historic's because they tend to be rot resistant Easley SC
Ok, so I want to get this straight bc I love these --
Quaker Lady is to the left of Indian Chief in Pic 1? Is it fragrant?
What is the pink iris to the left of it (Pic 1) with the orange-tipped beard?
What is the light blue iris that is super tall?
Your assortment of iris vases are great! I am always on the lookout at the thrift store for tall vases -- so perfect for those stems!