I love those yellow Irises Rosemary, they give light on our first dreary rainy summerdays!Have a nice time!
What lovely happy Iris - I never see yellow ones here. Safe travels Rosemary.
So beautiful. Ours flower in February and March.
Dear Rosemary, I love the flower and I love the photographs...just the right bit of blue in the background. Enjoy your trip.
Wherever you're going, have fun!
Have a nice time, I am always curious where someone is going...
Simply beautiful, enjoy your trip.
Beautiful, whatever their name! Have a great time on your travels!! As always I will enjoy the posts when you return and hope that you will enjoy the actual travels far far more than I will enjoy your posts!
They are lovely - mine have all faded now, sadly
What a wonderful Iris - have a safe and enjoyable trip.
Have a good time, Rosemary! Yellow irises are so lovely - and some of them have this very delicate and intriguing scent - wonderful.
I wonder what exotic destination is on your list.....where ever it may be. I wish you safe travels...sunshine....friendly people and good food.
What absolutely stunning photos of beautiful, yellow irises. You captured them so wonderfully!
I hope that your destination will be as sunny as your garden in these photos.--Jim
They are beautiful Rosemary! I planted them near the stream at the back of my garden. They light up the whole area.Have a lovely weekend ahead!Madelief x
So lovely, Rosemary. You do take such wonderful photos.
Dearest Rosemary,Your irises are so perfectly happy in your garden! What a lovely photos you share with us here; thanks a lot.Wishing you a happy weekend.Hugs,Mariette
Hello, Rosemary. I’m happy with this coincidence again. My post is also about iris. I haven’t seen such brilliant yellow irises but mellow yellow ones only. Have a nice break.Yoko
Dear Rosemary,So beautiful to see your bright yellow Iris growing in your gorgeous garden, needed it today on this grey rainy day.Have a great triphugsCarolyn
Certain flowers are like clock chimes which mark how far the seasons have progressed as a visual reminder. I always feel I should be doing more each time summer comes and buttercup, daisy, flag iris and then bindweed pass and all too soon it's autumn again... and you think... Damn- should have done more... maybe next year.Mind you summer in the UK usually means thunderstorms and our very own monsoon season during July and August yet folk always look with happy anticipation to it arriving. It's as if going through winter wipes the memory clean of previous years :o)
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