Wild Blue Iris

Wild Blue Iris

I think this is Iris giganticaerulea also known commonly as a wild blue iris or giant blue iris. I’ve seen them for years down around our marsh. Last year I spotted some up in the field we had cleared across the road and then this spring I found one on our side of the road in the ditch.

Outdoors: 81°F/50°F 4″ of Delightful Rain
Tiny Cottage: 66°F/62°F

Daily Spark: Some farmers ring the noses of their pigs to stop them from rooting. Does that work with sports fans?

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2 Responses to Wild Blue Iris

  1. Tim says:

    I originally thought “…down around are marsh” should be “…down around the marsh”. I then realized the correct homonym replacement of “are” should be “our”.

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