A couple of pretty irises from my garden for you today.
These ones are called 'walking irises' because of the way they propagate themselves. A plantlet is formed at the tip of the flower stalk, it bends to the ground and takes root. This new plant then repeats the process. Thus, giving the illusion of walking or moving about as it spreads.
They fill up a garden bed quickly.
A nice addition for any cottage garden.
Cheerio for now, I'm off to do some stitching....