Late Spring Flower Showtime

Zoe The Mouser
Zoe The Mouser
(Image edited on Oggl using Salvador 84 Hipstamatic Lens with Lite Hipstamatic Film.)

I’m writing this post in honor of my Sister, a non-gardner, who is completely unaware of which flowers bloom after the Spring Daffodil, Tulip, and Cherry Blossom season. So, for my Sis, I’m going to post as frequently as possible when new things start blooming in my garden with some gardening tips along the way.

My Daffodils have now completely faded and my Tulips are going the same way. I have had a few individual White Irises bloom.

But now the real Flower Showtime is beginning. In the past two days the new things that I have blooming in my garden are:

Blue Iris
Blue Iris
(Primary image no editing. Secondary image edited on Oggl using Americana Hipstamatic Lens with Gotland Film.)
Purple Iris
Purple Iris
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Different Colored Irises

Dutch Iris
Dutch Iris
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A Dutch Iris

Red Clematis
Red Clematis
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A Red Clematis, and the

Orange Day Lily
Orange Day Lily
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Very First Of My Day Lilies.

So Sis and friends, if you are reading this, Enjoy!

Also, for my friends, my Sis and I are playing with photo effects with Oggl, Hipstamatic, and a few other photo apps, so a lot of my photos will use some of those. Again, Enjoy!

 

23 Replies to “Late Spring Flower Showtime”

    1. Thanks and thanks for stopping. My sister lives in DC and she still has tulips, daffs and cherry blossoms too. Most of ours have waned. Have a great spring.

      Yael

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  1. What a sweet treat for your sister. All of the beauty in the garden with none of the work! We are nowhere near the blooms you have. I am just enjoying the daffodils now. I find as I get older that I no longer wish for things to bloom so quickly but rather they come slowly so I can enjoy them at leisure. Alas, they bloom as they will with no regard for my preferences.

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    1. Thanks and thanks for stopping by. The season goes both too quickly and too slowly at the same time. I love to savor the beauty of the moment, but am always anxious to see what comes next.

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  2. Your spring flowers are way ahead of mine, though mine are early compared to other years. My irises are not blooming yet, it’s great to see yours, the various treatments are interesting. It will be a while for my Clematises too, though one rose is blooming already. The Clematis is a lovely red, I don’t have that color.

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    1. Hannah,

      Thanks and thanks for stopping. I am impressed that you have a rose blooming. Mine aren’t even thinking about it yet.

      Yael

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  3. Your have some lovely spring blooms already. You area must be zones ahead of our 5! My Clematis are just popping out of the ground! Your blue Iris are so pretty, I do not grow them. Thank so much for stopping by and letting me know you like my garden post on Clematis!

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    1. Cathy,
      We are Zone 8 here. And this has been a particularly mild winter, so we are even ahead of ourselves. I love it when the real showtime starts.
      Yael

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    1. Thanks for coming by. I love the irises too. We have an iris farm in our city which has an iris festival in May. It is always nice to go up there and see the display garden.
      Yael

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    1. Debi,
      Thanks and thanks for stopping by. It is always fun to visit the different blog hops and see what everyone is doing. Thanks for having yours.
      Yael

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  4. Gorgeous! My Iris are just getting ready to bloom. I have a purple Clematis blooming and a lot of others in bud. Love your red one! That is an unusual color that you don’t see often. Looking forward to seeing more of your garden posts! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Hi Jann,

      Thanks for stopping by. Yes, spring time is upon us and I am so happy to see all new things in the garden every day. My red clematis is a beauty, but real prone to wilt. I hope I gave a little time for blooms before I have to cut it back. My irises are just getting started. We live very close to Schreiners Iris Farm so it is always a temptation to get more.
      Yael

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  5. Hello, Yael. Some wonderful photos and edits of these beautiful Spring flowers!
    Many thanks for participating in Floral Friday Fotos. Your input is appreciated.

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