Here are some of the flowers I tried to mix with Carnaval de Nice, as well as Iris Autumn Princess, who was never going to share that stage. The first of the Columbines and the last of the Daffodils, with the pretty little sweetly scented ‘Oregon Gold’ in the centre, with Dill flowers, Freesias, Cynoglossum, Sysrinchium, and Veronica gentianoides.
It’s still extremely wet and quite cold here, so it’s nice to have these flowers inside. Join in by picking some flowers or leaves and sharing them with the rest of us at Rambling in the Garden.
11 thoughts on “Dutch Iris in a Vase on Monday”
Spring flowers are just ‘The Best’, your vases are making me long for spring already even though really autumn has only just begun here.
Spring flowers are wonderful, although so are Autumn colours. Do you have cold enough and dry enough Autumn weather to see much leaf colour?
Love the Iris!
Thank you. They are one of those wonderful plants which are very easy to grow, and yet not a weed.
Now that is my kind of plant!
My goodness – that took me by surprise! What a bounteous vase – and Autumn Princess is SO unusual! Lovely lovely 🙂
Thank you 🙂 she is unusual.
Iris ‘Autumn Princess’ is eye-catching. Lovely with columbine and dill, which seems early to me, but yours must be perennial instead of annual? Ours don’t usually flower until two months past the daffs.
Oh, that’s interesting about the dill. It must be just warm enough here for plants that were seedlings in late summer to make it through the winter to flower in Spring. Autumn Princess is unusual, and definitely eye-catching in the garden, but needs thought about what goes with her.
Orange and rootbeer-tinged late tulips? 🙂
That’s it! I will have to find some 🙂