You're lucky that you have got the real McCoy and it's stunning. I need to buy this. Love the creamy and milky colour and the markings! I often waited 3 years for my shrivelled iris rhizomes and if they flowered, they would be Indian Chief! I'm overrun with them . LOL!Orchid like is Bletilla Striata white had it 3 years but first time its flowered
Hello your Iris are doing well alp they must like your dry weather down there, mind its been quite dry up here recently. been busy messing around with the lawn still and potting on plants and planting the odd few trying to clear out the pots from around the paths .
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I am no good, being pranked by non-existent viewers! Evil does walk amongst us. Or you mean my allotment friends - they are so nice? Or you mean my chicks? I want to cry as I do think I have a duty of care towards them. The night before, Mr Fox raged against one side of the cage for the big laying hens and broke a hanging basket into two, a 2 inch polystyrene board which was meant to my my chicks warm bore trauma of having been attacked - 4 separate holes the size of a man's fist. Lucky that I had a dog's cage, and a chinchilla cage. We had to cage them yesterday and my heart bled - a modest garden of 115 feet and yet they had to be confined to metal cages because of the "viewing" and the vile Mr Fox. When I thought about their being under sustained attack, I felt so down. Yesterday, we were like 2 idiots - lifting the chicken run and cages about 60 feet to various places of supposed safety. In the end, we have had the cages on concrete down surround by a dwarf wall, a stand, a big crate and 2 teak chairs and heavy pots.
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