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The last of the Schreiner’s irises have bloomed!
Here is a nice electric purple one
And here is a lovely white and purple bicolor. I was inspired to buy all of these because Sparks and I so admire a patch of white and purple bicolors in a neighbor’s yard, so this one is a particular favorite of mine.
The other Siberian iris also bloomed its single bloom. It has a little more white on it that the other one.
In other flower news, that emo columbine turned out to be ruffly, which must be why I bought it. It is growing on me.
And the foxglove… ah the dreamy foxglove. Rain has beaten everything down in the last 48 hours, and I had to stake the tallest foxglove spire, which collapsed under its own weight.
I think I am going to move all of the dutch iris to the front. They are interfering with the pink and orange of that flower bed and stealing the foxglove’s thunder. I planted spring bulbs back there thinking that I didn’t mind breaking my color palette because they would all bloom long before the perennials got started; but no, the iris are too late in the season. To the front they’ll go.