18 Comments

  1. BeckyB says:

    Gorgeous blue

  2. beetleypete says:

    That’s a lovely blue, Jude. Irises are one of my favourite flowers. (To buy, at least. I don’t grow them.)
    Best wishes, Pete.x

    1. Heyjude says:

      Always a soft spot for them as my mum was called Iris. A name not often heard nowadays.

      1. beetleypete says:

        I had an Aunt Iris, a grandma named Rose, and my Mum was named Violet. Flower names seem to have faded out of fashion, except for ‘Poppy’. 🙂

        1. Heyjude says:

          And Poppy is not even the prettiest name. But I might be biased given I taught a nightmare of a girl with that name. She thought nothing wrong in applying her make-up during her IT lesson! She was a bit dippy! Daisy is a sweet name too and often heard.

  3. Lignum Draco says:

    If this were a game of Scrabble I’d be tempted to call a challenge. 🙂 Seriously, that’s a love deep hue of blue. Quite regal against the contrasting yellow.

  4. Clare says:

    This is gorgeous 🙂

    1. Heyjude says:

      Glad you like it Clare 🙂

      1. Clare says:

        It’s within the colour spectrum I always find myself drawn to. And it’s beautiful as well as gorgeous.

  5. Colline says:

    The blue makes this a stunning flower.

    1. Heyjude says:

      It is a lovely rich shade. Sadly not my iris!

  6. How beautiful. I have an iris photo lined up for later. We have irises growing in our garden in England, but two years ago they just didn’t flower – very strange.

    1. Heyjude says:

      My yellow ones have been poor this year, loads of leaves but not many flower spikes. I think I shall be removing a lot this autumn.

      1. When we get back to our garden, I hope the irises have sorted themselves out and are flowering again. If not, the garden spade will be employed…

        1. Heyjude says:

          After the first year of allowing everything to have its own way I am becoming increasingly ruthless. In a small garden things have to earn their stay.

        2. You have so much in your garden, that it must be hard to choose. 🙂

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