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More on our wild irises: The yellow and the forest wild irises

Following last week’s post showcasing the large wild iris (Dietes grandiflora), this post features the other two wild irises in our garden: the yellow wild iris or peacock flower (Dietes bicolor) and the less well-known forest wild iris – or simply forest iris –  (Dietes butcheriana), which is also known as the broad-leaved dietes.

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Introducing three wild irises

The lovely soft looking flowers that don’t last long on the plant make it surprising that wild irises of the Dietes genus are in fact incredibly hardy, to the extent that they are a familiar sight in mass plantings in urbanised places such as business parks and shopping malls.

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Weekly Photo Find: Wild Iris Portrait

Another flower portrait this week. The popularity of the flowering wild iris, Dietes grandiflora, is well deserved. Continue reading “Weekly Photo Find: Wild Iris Portrait”

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