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Yummy! Thanks for the eye candy. Plotting and planning the design for my garden shed - moving my bearded iris, peonies and my cherished daylily 'Midnight Magic' (from Windy Hill) this fall... Just saw the Hydrangea macrophylla 'Zebra' on my last visit to MGC and it stopped me in my tracks - will be a nice addition to the chocolate garden.

Karen Rexrode


I try and avoid the hydrangeas at work, it's a sure way to spend money, not that it's not worth it, but dang, more, more and more. Can't have enough.


I was just googling "Going Green Iris" and your post popped up :)

Does your Going Green Iris ever look as green as the one pictured on this website, or does it tend to be more of a mustard/olive color?

(Trying to figure out if their image has been photoshopped or not / whether it's going to suit my color palette)

Karen Rexrode

My source for Iris is Winterberry Gardens:

You can look at her photographs. The image looks a bit saturated, cooler weather helps with the color green as well.



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