Wordless Wednesday#6: More Iris Gardens in Upper Montclair, Part II



Last week, I posted some photos from the Iris Presby Memorial Gardens in Montclair. Here are some more!









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Comments

  1. judos to the gardner(s) who maintained it!

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  2. @Stan -- Volunteers help care for the gardens and use "green" methods instead of chemicals!

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  3. beautiful place and great shots.

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  4. I remember looking at your photos from last week and commenting that my mother would be jealous of all the irises! Once again, these gardens do mine justice. This week I can really see the beauty in the flowers themselves. Thank you for sharing your pictures, and Happy WW!

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  5. that is a beautiful garden with such glorious blooms.

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  6. I love these pictures of the Iris Garden! Keep them coming!

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  7. lovely garden photos - I just wish our weather wasn't so darn hot so I could enjoy more outdoor activities!

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  8. Those flowers are beautiful!!!! I really need to find the time to enjoy a botanical garden.

    I left a blog award for you at my blog. You can grab it when you get a chance.

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  9. I didn't even know there were yellow iris. very nice.

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  10. Thanks for letting us revisit the gardens

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  11. Beautiful gardens! I feel in love with wild irises in the Rockies and cannot get enough of them now.

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  12. That is an impressive garden, nice to see more views this week.
    I particular like the first picture with the bridge. Makes me think of some compositional ideas.

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  13. @Dawn -- I'm sure your garden is just lovely. Thanks for visiting!

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  14. Uyen -- I think I've finally run out of iris pictures! But I'm glad you enjoyed them!

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  15. @A Blog in the Rough -- It's really been hot on the East Coast. I guess we're making up for last summer, which was really cool.

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  16. Ms. Understood -- An award? I've never had one. Thanks so much! I'll be there!

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  17. @caite -- I love the different colors. That's what makes the garden so pretty!

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  18. @Beth F -- You're welcome! I just took so many photos I decided to show more!

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  19. @Sarah -- Wild irises must be so beautiful. I just spent some time in the Colorado Rockies in March. But the it was still snowing and the flowers hadn't bloomed. It must be even more beautiful then.

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  20. @catsynth -- I love that picture on the little bridge. That man was sitting there taking photos of the irises, so I took a photo of him taking photos!

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  21. I've heard about the iris gardens and now you've convinced me that I need to go next year when they are in bloom.

    When were they in bloom? June?

    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  22. @Lynne -- They start blooming in middle-to-late May and early June.

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  23. beautiful pictures! I used to go to the Bellevue theater all the time when I was growing up.

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  24. @Saucy B -- Ah, yes, the Bellevue is still there!

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  25. This is only one of the reasons I love summer. It's so beautiful.

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  26. @Live Out Loud -- I love summer, too.

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  28. @Natalee - Thanks for visiting! We MSUers have to stick together! I have visited your blog and am now following!

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    Is this possible?

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  30. I've never seen an Iris garden! When I lived in CT I went to the Rose Garden in Elizabeth Park and have been to the Conservatory Gardens in Central Park - BUT I love Irises and what a treat to see so many. Thanks.

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