When To Transplant Iris ?  

Before going for transplanting iris, one must be aware that there are two varieties of iris plants, namely the bulbous and the rhizomatous varieties. As the name suggests the bulbous variety develops from the bulbs and the rhizomatous variety grows from rhizomes. The English and the Dutch varieties of iris belong to the bulbous variety. More...

Care After Iris Bloom

Care After Iris Bloom

Iris develops from the rhizomes that are located in a stalk. A stalk generally has three to five buds which begin to flower from late spring or early summer. Buds in a stalk blooms in series with the last in the series opening up first and the top most flower that blooms first fades away first. Care for the iris flower is easy except that the one has to keep separating the flowers frequently because the rhizomes grow very fast. If done on a regular basis, it will ensure that plants flowers continuously.More...

 

 

Care Of Japanese Iris

Care Of Japanese Iris

Japanese iris is not that difficult to care. They just need lot of water and full sunshine. In fact if you have any wet area in your garden then growing iris in that area would be perfectly okay. Japanese iris thrives well in a soil that is little acidic having pH ranging from 5.5 to 6.5. You would notice Japanese iris growing naturally near the wetly areas such as ponds or lakes. For those having garden ponds, Japanese iris would be the perfect choice.More...

 

 

How To Grow Iris From Seed ?

How To Grow Iris From Seed ?

Iris seeds should be planted during the fall winter or during the early spring. One must not delay further nearing late spring or early summer. Before planting immerse the seeds in water filled in a cup or soup bowl. You should leave these seeds in water for minimum forty eight hours to two weeks depending on the quality of seed.More...

 

 

How To Plant The Iris ?

How To Plant The Iris ?

For obtaining the optimum yields iris must be planted during July, August or September. Places where winters are milder and summers are extremes the best time would be then September or October. It is very important that roots of the recently planted iris should get a good hold of the soil before the actual growing season begins.More...

 

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