It's iris time in the garden. I am always struck by the combinations of colors that develop with new blossoms.
Around the Pond Garden the pink of the wiegela with the light purple of the lilac to the left of it combine with the purple of the Siberian iris in front and the green of the ostrich ferns.
The yellow water iris are just peeking out.
Here it's the red of the Japanese maple in the Glen Garden contrasting with all the other greens.
In the Perennial Garden when these two irises bloom I always wonder if I should move one. The different purple combination is unsettling to me. One is more pink and the other more lavender.
Now these two iris are an interesting pairing of colors.
The iris and the columbine are the same exact color. How did that happen?
The deepest purple iris in the background goes well with the iris in the foreground.
The clematis flower and the translucent green of the leaves are a nice combination.
More flowers yet to bloom in months ahead in the Perennial Garden.
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