Your pictures are all beautiful.I have downloaded most of them.I want to ask about your picture of FortBragg.I am going to have some of that for our
Sun Country Iris Society rhizome sale this fall. Would you mind if I used your picture?It’s so much better than mine.
You have done a great job of raising those irises
too.I have noticed that here in Arizona where we have two climates, one
for our desert, one for our mountains, the irises in the mountains have a very
short season. They all tend to
bloom at once, early and late at the same time.In the desert, our season is spread over
three whole months.
Don’t anyone plan to move here to the desert though.
We’ve had 110 degree weather
for the past four days and expect more of the same for the next four months.
Francelle EdwardsGlendale, AZZone 9
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1st year iria. This photographs like
a blue velvet, as does Sandras. However, in person, at my location its a
deep purple-blue velvet. I even invited a friend over to verify the
color. I discovered, recently, that most folk (but there are exceptions)
are highly sensitive to blue and tend to see purples more as blues, so I
thought it was my eyes.