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Phillip's Irises Blooming Across Our Pond in Atlanta

This is a discussion on Phillip's Irises Blooming Across Our Pond in Atlanta within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; May be I need to look for this iris bulb for my pond ,after look ...

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    May be I need to look for this iris bulb for my pond ,after look from Bruce and again from you Maura

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    Thanks you to all of my OT friends who have always been so kind to me and Phillip. Yes, I am trying to remember the reasons thinking about Phillip should make me smile, and sometimes, though rarely, I actually can do it. The irises (thanks Ron and Geoff for the background on them) are truly miraculous - we sunk in about three 8" pot-sized clumps and now there must be a 10-15 foot spread of them!

    I am in New England for the first time in 6 years for lilac season, and intend to take full advantage of it whenI can. When I return to Atlanta, at the beginning of June, I'll just barely catch the end of magnolia season - which was always a very special time for us. But, since I'll be in Atlanta for about 5 or 6 months, I'll be able to have my orchids home with me for the first time in ages!

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