It’s that time of year again, Iris reticulata pokes it’s head up and ushers in spring. Planted in fall this is one of the first things to bloom in early spring/late winter. It’s a delicate little plant with remarkable color and a rather cute stature. Native to Turkey this plant has become a world renowned favorite, sure to please those lusting for color at this gray time of year. Over the weekend the rest of our Reticulata crop opened in almost perfect synchronicity. They all seemed to bloom at the same time and when we returned to work on Monday this is what we saw.