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Japanese Iris on concrete-Wordless Wednesday

Japanese Iris on concrete

I found this Japanese Iris growing out of the crevice  of a concrete wall.  I tried to pull it out but was unsuccessful; so I decided to let it stay until it flowered and it did.  Actually it was one of the earliest Iris I saw this year.  I suspect the concrete provided extra warmth. 

This is just not a permanent home for a beautiful plant. So what's the best way to remove plants from concrete crevices?

 In the meanwhile I took a photo and tried to be creative, Realtors do need a way to unwind:)

 

Iris

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