Had this growing in the ground-no wonder it didn't flower, it's a water iris.
This was given to me by a friend. THey aren't hardy here so will try to overwinter. But it's such a soft delicate shade.
The colors of your water iris are spectacular!
Love both of them.
Jan, those are both gorgeous!!
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Love em! Callas are easy to save from year to year! In the fall just pull them out & cut off leaves & pack in peat moss & store in a cool place. My friends even leave some in the ground & they come back. I start some early in pots in the Spring. You'll just love em!
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Wow---both are beautiful!!!!
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Wow that water lily is so vibrant! I love callas too.
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Beautiful, Jan! Do you have it in your water garden now? I had a water lily, but I think it is in too much shade, because it didn't bloom, and I didn't manage to keep it alive over winter. Love your calla too!!!
Wow, isn't that water iris great!!! I love the color of it.
Love the water iris! Such a beautiful vibrant color! Pretty little calla too. Jan, Noonie does her calla's from me in pots and brings them indoors for the winter.
Both are beautiful!
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I have never seen a water lily that color - it's beautiful! Calla lilies are so lovely. I may try some next year.
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Beautiful pictures! Thank you for sharing your pretty pix.
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Amazing colors you got there with your flowers>
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