IRIS SPURIA AND RAINDROPS

 As you may have noticed, I like photographing water drops on flowers, and flowers that stand up through mild storms.  They are so photogenic, and the air is so fresh after the rain.  

Iris spuria (ochroleuca) Photo by Smiles.  30 of 365

Easy to grow and tall… this clump being about shoulder high to this short gardener. The graceful, narrow foliage and blooms are great to add height to floral arrangements. They also come in many colors developed by hybridizers, as you will see if you run a Google search.

 :} Smiles

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