Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Two Types of Irises and a Linky

Today's featured flowers are wild irises and typical irises. I don't think we planted the wild irises. They are probably living up to their common name and grew wild. The scientific name is Dietes and they are indigenous to South Africa. I also have two Cape Sparrows on the fence.

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  1. Beautiful! Incredible that they grow wild!

  2. Those irises are so beautiful! And happy belated birthday to Samantha! :-) Thanks so much for hosting, Tina! Hope you have a great week!

  3. Beautiful captures so prettym my mothers middles name was Iris :-)

    I liked all the smiles too heheh!

    Have a bloomingtastic week šŸ‘

  4. We have some of the first in our garden. Lovely. Also blooming for us at the moment.

  5. So very beautiful. Very nice. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.


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