holiday wyatt

holiday wyatt

Friday, May 7, 2010

'I' love gardening!

' I ' is for Iris
Siberian Iris
' I ' is also for Ivy.
All Hedera Helix (English Ivy) varieties have been banned in our state, for sale or import. They are considered invasive weeds, that are destroying our native forests. We kind of like this variegated one. Guess we better keep it in check. Don't want to mess with the plant police!!
Happy Digging,
Wyatt

9 comments:

  1. hey Wyatt.
    Your Iris's look pretty. We have some here and they are just starting to bloom. My mom loves the pretty flowers but hates the wedding part~~ yuck she says!!!

    wags
    jazzi

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  2. I wonder what my favourite part of this post was????

    :-)

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  3. We just love to look at you in your garden. It's beautiful. Didn't know Irises grew in Siberia.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  4. One of mom's favorite flowers is the iris but we only have the beaded ones, no siberians and ours are still buds.
    You are very good at this gardening alphabet game, Wyatt!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  5. Hi, Wyatt!
    Irises are beautiful!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  6. Hi Wyatt,
    Love your Iris!!! Very beautiful!!
    My Amaryllis are 25 years old!!! They have come up every year but not every year have they bloomed. We had a couple of years that they were not happy!!! This year has been a very good year!!
    We have Ivey here too. None of it have we bought!!! It is just here. I think it come from next door which is a couple of acres away!!!
    XXOO, Fern

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  7. Thanks again for showing us around your garden. We want to move right in and see it all too!

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  8. You sure have a pretty garden Wyatt :)

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  9. You look so cute, Wyatt, peeking around that ivy:) We think ivy is very pretty but don't have much luck growing it. The purple irises are gorgeous.

    Happy Mother's Day

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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