A Visit to Superstition Iris Gardens
This post will suck you in and may cause you to spend some $$$.
I love Iris.
They are one of my favorite flowers (if it is possible to have a favorite) and this sign was put in front of the entrance to Superstition Iris Gardens just for me.
I had never heard of Superstition Iris Gardens but my friend who took me this time has been going for years and they know her by name. She has the most gorgeous gardens and they are filled with Iris, I shared my trip to visit her gardens last Spring here, A Lovely Garden.
Since I have TONS of photos of the late blooming Iris (this is the last weekend they will be open as these are the last of the bloomers) I will share just some.
I will put the name of the Iris just before the photo and the cost for a rhizome as of the list I have. Many have already sold out so if you wish to order any you need to hurry.
Barbara My Love $5
Dangerous Liaison (sold out) this one is on my list to get next year! Perfect for my Secret Garden
Paul Black $6 (I just love the orange beard against the blue violet falls, this one is on my list too)
Passionate Kisses $7
Love Actually $5 (sold out)
Bob’s Pride (sold out) Don’t you just love the little horns on the beard
Spice Trader $6 (I love the hints of lavender coming down from under the beards)
Rainbow High $7 (this one literally glows, it is so stunning!)
Purple People Eater $6 (I got a good shot of the horns on this one)
That is just a fraction of the photos I took and of the choices of Iris. I tried to get an over all shot but it just does not do it justice.
I am in no way affiliated with Superstition Iris Gardens, I just loved visiting their gardens and seeing all the gorgeous late blooming Iris.
I will be sure and visit sooner in the season next year so I can see the early blooming varieties.
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