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Hard to believe it was 10 years ago when I did this Potsdam Sandstone Path and Garden. This was the first walkway I ever did for someone else. Since then Potsdam Sandstone slabs have been almost impossible to get and I have had to search far and wide for other stone.
Over the years this garden has provided many others with my favorite Iris.
Only one plant was foraged from an abandoned farm. A Penny dated 1940 in the mortar of the garden stonework gives a good idea how old the variety may be. This Iris is very long blooming and even more prolific.
Hundreds of this Iris are now growing all over the Village of Canton. Not bad for a variety almost lost.
10 Years After