For the love of Spring and Bearded Iris

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Home Stager with Certified Staging Professional

                           photo by Dream Home Decorating and Home Staging Oakhurst CA

I love bearded iris and I love spring in our mountain community.  For the past two years we were out-of-town for the "bloom" but this year purposedly worked our travel schedule differently so that we could experience these glorious blossoms.  This is just one of many and I hope to add more very soon.  

 ENJOY!

Comments (7)

Kathy Streib
Cypress, TX
Home Stager/Redesign

Ginger- just gorgeous! 

May 05, 2010 01:26 PM
Sheila Kennedy
J29 Project - Rochester, NY

Wow  Ginger - that is glorious!  I don't blame you a bit for rearranging your travel schedule to catch those beautiful blooms.  Thank you for sharing!

May 05, 2010 02:29 PM
Ginger Foust
Certified Staging Professional - Oakhurst, CA
Home Stager Oakhurst CA, Dream Interior Redesign & Staging

Kathy and Sheila, thanks so much for finding this blog post and commenting.  I hope that both of your are enjoying spring time. 

May 06, 2010 08:05 AM
Sharon Tara
Sharon Tara Transformations - Portsmouth, NH
Retired New Hampshire Home Stager

It's a beautiful flower, one of my favorites too!  It's sad to go on vacation and miss something seasonal, so I totally understand!

May 09, 2010 09:52 AM
Ginger Foust
Certified Staging Professional - Oakhurst, CA
Home Stager Oakhurst CA, Dream Interior Redesign & Staging

Thanks for commenting Sharon.  I have a difficult time when I visit the iris farm in not overbuying.  I love that they're so low maintenance. 

May 09, 2010 10:14 AM
Kathleen Garvey
HomeSmart Cherry Creek - Denver - Denver, CO
Denver's Neighborhood Expert - Listings & Sales

BEAUTIFUL Ginger!  The color is so refreshing...the dew equally so! Wish they grew in hot and humid SW Florida!

May 10, 2010 06:10 AM
Ginger Foust
Certified Staging Professional - Oakhurst, CA
Home Stager Oakhurst CA, Dream Interior Redesign & Staging

Kathleen, I've dug up and moved my irises from many different homes and fortunately never to a hot and humid climate where they would succumb.  I guess that's one benefit and living with cold, dry  winters.  Thanks for commenting. 

May 10, 2010 07:05 AM