Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Flowers of Late May #WordlessWednesday

Before I begin, I want to thank everyone who took the time to comment on yesterday's blog post - two mysteries. I so appreciated all your inputs.   If you noticed I misspelled "mystery" in my title, you were kind enough not to tell me. 

Today, some flowers of late May from my yard, to thank you all.

Bearded iris.

From a few days ago, our last tulips.

Let's peek inside the tulips.

My two rhododendrons are blooming.

Light pink.

Finally, from a few days ago, my Itoh peony in full bloom.  It's done blooming now.

Joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for her #WordlessWednesday.


  1. ...I wish that iris lasted longer.

  2. So beautiful colors. They are amazing. Enjoy them every minute! And of course their flavour! Especially the peonies...
    Thank you and Happy WW! A fine week and Summer!😘❤️

  3. Beautiful flowers. I love all the colors of spring.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

  4. Beautiful flowers and colourful too :-)

    Have a bloomingtastic weel Alana πŸ‘

  5. Pretty iris. Mine are finishing up, just some free off the curb ones left blooming. But, the first daylily opened, so there's that!

  6. Beautiful flowers. I am quite envious since I don't have that many blooms in my garden at the moment.

  7. My purple iris are blooming.
    Coffee is on, and stay safe.

  8. HELLO GIRLFRIEND, Sorry I'm so late, but I've been having back probs again. Where I can't sit too long, but believe I don't care what day it is I'll be here that is if you don't mind! :) I love all the flowers you show us. It's the only way I get to enjoy flowers when I absolutely love them, but you see I'm allergic to the dreaded BEES unfortunately so is my youngest son & that STINKS!!! I LOVE FLOWERS! What a bummer :( Have a nice day!


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