Some of its most common meanings are The iris earned its name from the ancient Greek Goddess Iris, a messenger to the gods who was thought to use the rainbow as a bridge between heaven and earth.By some accounts, the ancient Greeks believed the rainbow was actually the flowing, multi-colored robes of Iris.Olympia wins and two heavyweight wins, along with seven Ms. She was an All-American in basketball, and received a number of athletic scholarship offers.
It’s stately blooms range in color from traditional shades of purple and blue to yellow, white, pink, red, chartreuse, brown and nearly black. The iris means different things to different people and cultures.
The renovation project is expected to begin March 2017.
Estimated costs for Iris’ main shelter renovation is approximately 0,000.
From their earliest years, irises were used to make perfume and as a medicinal remedy.
Today, they are primarily seen in gardens, in bouquets, and in the wild all over the world.
Iris has secured funding for the main shelter renovation through FEMA, SBA and the Red Cross.