Sunday was a nice sunny day even though it is NOW Tuesday. Monday and today are going to be nice as well. I should have posted these photos Sunday because NOW I have another post. Never know what will happen next so I need to post the same day I take photos otherwise the timeline will be screwed up.

We have a lot of Martins again this year. It is odd how they so far to make nests, hatch their young, raise them up then fly all the way back down to Brazil after the babies learn to fly. Well, we do appreciate all the mosquitos they eat.

The Abelia x grandiflora is beginning to bud and soon it will be covered with thousands of pink and white bell-shaped flowers.

The Bearded Iris are strutting their stuff right now. No words are needed to describe how nice they look.

The Iris in this clump by the street have actually been flowering for about a month now.

These are Iris I planted in the early 1980’s when I lived here before.

The Iris fulva I brought with me from Mississippi are starting to bud now.

These beautiful Iris were given to me by a neighbor in Mississippi. 6 flowers on one stem!

Geranium sanguineum is always LOADED with flowers for several months.

The Salvia nemorosa ‘Mainacht’ continues to flower and look very good. So is the Elephant Garlic.

Well, that is it for this post. Hope you enjoyed the photos of the Iris. Take care, stay healthy, happy and prosperous. Get some fresh air and GET DIRTY!!!

2 comments on “BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY!

  1. Jim R says:

    I really like iris flowers. Thanks for posting them.


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