More from Carolyn:
Free to good homes -- starts of these old-fashioned purple Iris. Immigrants from Indiana, they have overgrown the space available to them, and we’d like to share their beauty with you.
Talk about heirloom plants, these come from a house where they were probably planted in 1928, and may have been starts at that time from much older plants. Just let me know if you are interested, and we can arrange for how and when to get them to you. This is the ideal time to divide and replant them.
|Gorgeous iris plant from the Flint Farm in Indiana|