Life with dogs, dog agility, après dog agility, life with a camera, and who knows what.Ex Pertinacia Victoria.
What a lovely collection of irises! Mine have petered out over the years, so I've dug out the ones along the front walk (in favor of a vertical veggie garden) and the remaining ones out back have all but completely given up.As to roses, I have one that looks remarkably like your pink-tinged rose. I'm not sure, but I think it's a "Peace" rose. I also have a red climbing rose that I've abused quite roundly over the years, but it quite stubbornly keeps coming back every year!Kudos on all the color!
That is a lot nicer than the mud, fertilizer, and dog poop I have in my yard. Not to mention the beautiful bed of dandelions.
The roses are in the front yard. I have wayyyy too many roses for my lifestyle. The iris are in pots in the back yard tucked into various corners in attempts to shield them from dashing dogs and thrown toys. Mostly works. Wish I had a real iris bed again.Steph, if you WANT more irises I could oblige you--
Georgeous!!! Ours are about 3-4 weeks away yet.