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    tiger honey batik bearded iris photo Leanne Wildermuth
    “Coming Soon” — tiger honey batik bearded iris.

    Baboon bottom bearded iris
    (I need to confirm this, it is more peach than pink – I think they sent me a different variety!)

    fuchsia wave petunia flower bag photo Leanne Wildermuth
    Two fuchsia wave petunia bags flank my garage door. Full of blooms. Love!!!

    Allium flower photo Leanne Wildermuth
    Recently relocated allium – doing just fine!

    lollipop gerbera daisy photo Leanne Wildermuth
    Lollipop gerbera daisy. OH YEAH. Gorgeous. Hold still for your close up, Lol!

    lollipop gerbera daisy close up photo by Leanne Wildermuth
    She’s a stunner!

    white bearded iris photo Leanne Wildermuth
    One bloom remained on the plant, it’s doing just fine. :thumbsup:

    And then, she had a wet iris competition:

    baboon bottom wet iris photo Leanne Wildermuth

    white bearded iris wet photo Leanne Wildermuth

    And the winner is…


    Renee said,

    I’m so jealous of your early growing season. Hopefully I’ll get my garden growing this weekend.

    Right now I’ve got a bunch of dirt in the back of my car to move. ugh!

    5.15.2009 @ 9:46 am
    Kim (Indigo) said,

    My flowers are just starting to come in, no blooms yet, but I’m sure I’ll have something by June. I love the lollipop closeup!

    5.15.2009 @ 10:14 am
    Nicky Bird said,

    Lovely, lovely photos Leanne, I’ve got Alliums in the garden, in bloom at the moment, but the Iris are a way off yet, and it’s only just safe to plant out the Petunias. It never ceases to amaze me what different climates we have around the world

    5.15.2009 @ 12:00 pm
    Pam said,

    :tick: Where’s the smilie with its jaw falling to the floor? I need that one!

    Incredibly beautiful. Just… wow. :tick:

    5.15.2009 @ 2:17 pm
    Marcia said,

    Made even my headache forget it was there for a few minutes — just beautiful!

    5.15.2009 @ 3:59 pm
    Da Goddess said,

    Yep, yep, yep. I know where I’m spending next Spring — YOUR HOUSE!

    5.15.2009 @ 10:11 pm
    Leanne said,

    Oh yeah, you guys are invited, any time. Just give me a few hours notice so I can marinate some chicken to throw on the grill for ya!

    I’ll keep sharing my garden, you can enjoy it without the hassle of weeding, dead heading, or crying when the squirrels pop them off and munch up those pretty blooms on my fence posts. :razz:

    5.16.2009 @ 7:48 am
    Leanne said,

    Pam, apparently I have too many smilies. It took me ten minutes to find the dang thing! Second row, 4th one over. OMG. Should I trim my options?! LMBO!

    5.16.2009 @ 7:56 am
    Pam said,

    :jawdrop: Thank you!


    5.16.2009 @ 8:18 am
    Paige said,

    Wow. Gorgeous pictures! Thanks for the eye candy!

    5.16.2009 @ 9:06 am
    Clara said,

    Beautiful photos Leanne. Your flowers are georgeous! I am not planting this weekend the flowers and veggies I bought last weekend. They will have to spend it in the garage because we have a frost warning for tonight. I can’t wait!

    5.16.2009 @ 9:27 am
    Taba said,

    yea the baboon bottom’s i’ve seen are more pink, and are also pink on the top and have streaks on the bottom….still gorgeous though!
    and TIGER HONEY that’s another one i’ve been drooling over!!

    5.16.2009 @ 12:49 pm
    Angie said,

    I want every flower you have! The petunias are a most excellent idea by the door!

    6.29.2009 @ 4:56 pm

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