I especially like the pictures of the
iris beds covered with snow. That same cold front lowered our
temperatures down here in the Phoenix area from the high
90s down to the low 70s overnight. So for the first time in six weeks I
am able to get out and really work in my iris beds.
The effect of heat is accumulative on
me. I can take it in June and July, but the fall heat makes me sick until
I can’t get anything done in it. I sure have a lot of catching up
to do now.
Francelle Edwards Glendale, AZ
Behalf Of iris lover
Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Subject: [iris-photos] End of iris
season for us!!!
Well, our iris season is definitely over.
We got a major cold front here in Utah that came in on Sunday morning, and here
at my house we got the "lake effect" from the Great Salt Lake and
dumped 11 inches of snow here at my home. I thought that I'd share the picks
that I took Sunday morning. As of this morning (Tuesday) only a third has
melted, but with temps forecast in the 70's by the end of the week, the snow
won't last long.