Wildflowers and Antique Iris- The Green Hills Garden









The next to last photo is of the Twinleaf, or Jeffersonia. The photo above is of the old Cemetery White Iris. The rose behind it is a Caldwell Pink, originally from the Antique Rose Emporium. This rose roots where it touches ground,and it also forms clumps.

I have looked at all the Green Hills roses, and have found no Rose Rosette disease.




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