Looks like another WOW, John. If you don't keep it, send it my way and I would be glad to. Especially if it doesn't need much in the way of care and water.
Jan in Chatsworth
John Bruce <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Well....this was a total surprise. A couple of years ago I dumped some old seedling pots under a window by the side of my house. The area is usually bone dry and in shade for most of the day. One day when weeding I noticed some irises
sprounting, and since nothig was intended to go there I left them to grow, figuring I could trash them later. Last fall the fans and rhizomes were huge, and this spring at least 8 of them have bloomed. Most have been average to marginal until this one decided to open up. I think this may be a keeper.....
The fish are biting.
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