Autumn Irises

By: GardenGrrl , 9:43 AM GMT on November 09, 2007

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The weather this year in North Texas has been typically untypical. From a storm watching point of view it has been a banner year of watching small divisions of cells rise up and form into thunder storms that marched across the sky dropping record amounts of rain. It got neither too cold or too hot. Autumn has been wonderfully temperate. My flowers are confused. The little Dutch Irises that pop up in early spring have decided on an oncore presentation this fall. They haven't done this before so it should be interesting to see what kind of winter we will have.

Autumn Iris (GardenGrrl)
It feels like spring outside and the flowers think so too.
Autumn Iris
November Iris (GardenGrrl)
Was pleasantly surprised to see these bloom again.
November Iris

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4. GardenGrrl
9:50 AM GMT on November 11, 2007
Howdy neighbors,
Grandmanan in brrrr Canada :)
Oneshotww in the "tropics"
and Skyhawk who only 15 miles north always gets more rain!
Thanks for stopping by!
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3. skyhawk461
2:10 AM GMT on November 11, 2007
that is great and what a lovely iris's they are, purple is one of my favorite colors too.
2. oneshotww
2:47 PM GMT on November 10, 2007
Love the iris! Hey, are you getting any fall colors up your way?
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12:49 PM GMT on November 10, 2007
Good morning GARDEN, a difference in weather conditions from here to there. No spring flowers in evidence, overall the weather has been good to very good for this time of year. I would say it is now in the transition to winter mode, as temps are now more seasonable.

No snow here as yet, historically due to the influence of the salt water, we are quite far behind the mainland for snow cover. Quite often when the mainland has snow we have rain.

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