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Luminatas on the AIS blog today

Posted by hosenemesis SoCal Sunset 19 USDA (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 3, 12 at 22:43

Hi cottage gardeners,

I posted some photos of luminata irises on the AIS blog today. Some are by Margie Valenzuela, a very talented hybridizer and flower photographer. The link is below if you would like to take a look.
Happy Holidays!
Renee

Here is a link that might be useful: American Iris Society World of Irises


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RE: Luminatas on the AIS blog today

Renee, simply gorgeous, thanks for sharing.

Annette


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RE: Luminatas on the AIS blog today

So very pretty! How could you not love that Daughter of Stars? I have some of the old fashioned plain purple and yellow iris, but have been wanting to get some "special" ones. Maybe next year will be the year?


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RE: Luminatas on the AIS blog today

Go for it Marylu- irises are naturals with daylilies and roses. They bloom before the daylily show!


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RE: Luminatas on the AIS blog today

Thanks for posting that link again Renee! I forget about it in between and love looking at irises. I'd like to grow more but haven't had much success with any other than the really old tough varieties. Once I've rearranged my perennial beds I might have to try some of these, they are just gorgeous.


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RE: Luminatas on the AIS blog today

Try some of these, Luckygal. El Hutchison has an iris display garden in Canada. She has photos of what works for her- maybe some of the same ones would work for you.
Renee

Here is a link that might be useful: El's Iris Display Garden


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