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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Flags of Friendship




Thanks, Cyndi!

18 comments:

Far Side of Fifty said...

Beautiful photos Gail!! :)

Lowcarb team member said...

What beautiful pictures - a joy to see.

Thank you

All the best Jan

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Pretty!

A Quiet Corner said...

Iris' are so beautiful ...:)JP

Gill - That British Woman said...

miss my irises from the other house, as they are so pretty. Thanks for sharing yours.

Linda Kay said...

Gail, those iris are stunning. I don't have any in my yard, so will have to talk to my hubby about getting some planted for me for next year.

Linda Wildenstein said...

When I was a youngster, my Mom was obsessed with Iris. We had 27 different colors in our north garden. Over the years my Dad (who was a garden jerk) saw fit to eradicate most of them. But in homage to my Mom, I've planted 7 different colors in the front flower bed. They were gorgeous this year....until the hail storm came and then there were none. Oh well, they'll come back next year. I love yours, most especially the yellow ones.....such a happy color.

TexWisGirl said...

how pretty!

Dreaming said...

:))
What fun to see them and know their history!

Sandy said...

Gorgeous flowers!

Sketching with Dogs said...

Those are gorgeous!
Lynne x

Susan Kane said...

We called these "flags" as well in our neck of the woods. Haven't heard anyone out here in CA use that term.
Purple/blue flags were always my favorite.

Farm Girl said...

I love calling them flags. In the Little House book, Laura always called them blue flags. :) Your flowers are lovely.

LindaG said...

Beautiful flowers!
God bless you all, Gail. ♥

Bethany Carson said...

The irises are beautiful! I'm looking forward to when mine start blooming--though I should get some weeds pulled around them soon!

Ida said...

Very pretty and one of my favorite flowers.

Karen S. said...

Such a pretty treat this was! Thank you.

Susan Anderson said...

We used to have those in our yard when I was young. Good memories to see them!

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