"Time to fertilize my iris beds. I just put slug bait around them because we are having our normal dark & rainy weather. Now if I can just keep the chickens out & locked up behind their wire fence. Iris are so brittle when they are newly…"
"Yes, Robin I do have some to divide this fall. The old fashioned ones grow strongly here so I have your solid yellow and a mauve called Dauntless. The hybrids are more recent, but there are a few that could get trimmed like the orange and the purple…"
"So beautiful... I lost 7 of my 9 Iris I had. They were with the place when we bought it. It's heart breakings. The winter killed so much, on top of what I lost prior to winter.They were all old. :(Victoria, if you ever want to share, I believe…"
"Can you turn the contrast on your camera to darken the photo? The yellows & whites will come out clear & crisp instead of fuzzy. I just found out mine has a specific setting for flower portraits! It focuses up real close & blurs out the…"
"Looks like you have sooo many beauties from days gone by! I started with two & decided they take such wonderful photos, it is worth it to spend some money & specialize on a favorite flower. Now that I am home full time I can keep up with…"
Hello Nancy, How is everything going. Got caught up in life and my brother put some pics on here, so stopping by to say hello. The weather here in marathon county Wi has been a bit weird. Today cool and windy maybe goto to 60. Seems a set back year so far. God Bless you and family, hugs n lovve from heidi n ric
sending (((LOVVE))) to (((You and Family))) may the house work go smoothly and May HE continue to send beautiful examples of HIS Creations to (((YOU))) as is HIS Will...Blessings n (((LOVVE))) heidi n ric
Hi Nancy, actually do not really have a garden this year...in WI right now and seeing wildflowers popping up so this year is just to see What God has created and presents to us. Have a beautiful Summer within Gods (((LOVVE))), Hugs, Blessings n (((LOVVE)))
A place to connect with other hydrangea aficionados. It is a bit of a challenge to grow hydrangeas in zone 6b but in those lucky, mild winter years I am rewarded with stunning displays. Forums below contain useful info for easy reference.See More