Walking Iris


Walking Iris (Neomarica gracilis) looks like a white chocolate kiss in the early morning.


The flowers form on long stems that eventually make their way to the ground to start a new plant.


Those who are patient can watch the flowers bloom, as one petal pops open at a time.


These beautiful Irises last just one day, but the plant blooms about five times during the spring.


6 Comments on “Walking Iris”

  1. Ann Coleman says:


  2. Those are neat, I see them around here and did not know the plant. Thanks

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