Jewel in the Garden

Iris unguicularisIris Ungularis  – A welcome jewel in the Garden

Also known as Algerian Iris, this rhizome is  a welcome treat along the garden path in December.  Iris unguicularis will take a fair amount of dry shade.   Some fragrance is another reason to love this plant.

Another is that it was shared by a friend.   Best dividing is in the spring.  Your friends will treasure this jewel.

Enjoy – living the EntwinedLife

Jayme B

NC Certified Environmental Educator

Garden Conservancy Regional Representative

One thought on “Jewel in the Garden

  1. […] Jewels, harvested from nearby dwarf  Mondo grass- Ophiopogon japonicus ‘Nanus’.   A gift that keeps on giving from precious friend Amelia Lane.   I’ve already planted these on my way back inside, by tucking the jewels between bricks, anticipation of the dwarf grass that will sprout to soften the garden path next year. […]

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