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The Color Purple: A Not-so-Novel Iris Idea for Every Garden

Vivid hues and early blooms

After the Daffodils and Dutchman’s Breeches

The first glorious phase of spring is over. The bright daffodils have spread their yellow light and died away. The delicate Dutchman’s Breeches are drying up and shriveling away.




Garden Glory is for people who love to plant and putter around the yard. Ideas for landscaping, containers, growing plants and flowers, garden layout, and floral arrangements.

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Melissa Gouty

Melissa Gouty

Writer, teacher, speaker, and observer of human nature. Content for HVAC & Plumbing Businesses. Author of The Magic of Ordinary. LiteratureLust and GardenGlory.

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