Iris are my favorite flower.
iris, flowers, gardening
iris, flowers, gardening
iris, flowers, gardening

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  • Only cut the stems off. Let the leaves do their thing. They do not like to have their rhizomes buried too deep-just barely in the dirt. Iris do need to be thinned out about every 3-5 years depending upon the growth habit. Iris do well with most every other sun loving plant like Black eyed Susans, Coreopsis, Daylilies, Coneflowers, etc.

  • Rosalie M
    on Jul 21, 2013

    My favorite flower as well. I'm trying to collect many different colors. They are just beautiful.

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