|The optimistic iris|
In Evergreen, May showers bring June Flowers. Because it's been such a wet spring, a profusion of wild irises has burst onto the scene. The showy blooms have added a splash of color to the monochrome meadows.
I often see solitary plants, in distant isolation, confined to a windswept field. They also gather into trailside clusters that entice the observant wanderer.
Upon closer inspection, you'll discover a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colors. The design ranges from violet to blue to pure white and my personal favorite, the elegantly pinstriped version.
These lovely flowers spread a contagious optimism. Even on the most dreary of gray days, they possess a special gift for brightening your day as well as your photographs.
|May showers bring June flowers|
|It's been a wet spring|
|A profusion of wildflowers|
|They add a splash of color|
|Confined to windswept fields|
|A trailside cluster|
|Different shapes and sizes|
|They spread optimism|
|Irises are a gift|
|They brighten dreary days|