The Beautiful Iris

Irisen ser ut til å ha sin opprinnelse i Irland hvor den visstnok vokser overalt, men over tid har det oppstått en lang rekke varianter og mutasjoner. Noen sikker ved kyndig hjelp, og andre kanskje mer tilfeldig? Her i Norge finner vi den som oftest i hager, men jeg har også sett den utenfor hagegjerdene – vanligvis i sivet langs våre vassdrag, men vakker er den?!
The Iris seems to have come out of Irland at some time in history where it’s said to grow all over the place? Irland is one of the few places on Mother Earth I haven’t visited one time or another, so I really wouldn’t know. But over time a lot of mutations and variations have come about, some with a bit of proficient help, I’m sure, and others by the help of nature . .
Here in Norway we usually find it in gardens or in municipal parks, but I have also found it outside of our garden fences – mostly growing wild along our river banks.
At any rate I regard it a beautiful flower, don’t you?

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10 Responses to The Beautiful Iris

  1. utesmile says:

    An Iris I find is a bit like an Orchid, extremely beautiful and intricate. Great picture.

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Oh my! This is beautiful. The colors and details of the Iris are striking! Yes, it is most definitely a beautiful flower.

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