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iris

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Tags: Iris, Tulip
Albums: flowers 2011
Location: Texas

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Comment by Elizabeth Fowler on June 10, 2012 at 4:39pm

I didn't quite understand what you meant by your question,  do you mind repeating it and I'll give you my best answer.

Comment by Jon S. z7 tx God blessed the USA on June 10, 2012 at 12:33pm

do you cut the tops and foliage off back to the ground as it pulls back. if so it makes it harder to keep them coming back I don't mine do

Comment by Elizabeth Fowler on June 9, 2012 at 9:45pm

well my goodness if they come back each year I wonder what happened to mine this year I really love this particular Iris. I'm still gonna hold out hope for next spring. I'll fertilize and give it a little bloom boost maybe that will help.

Comment by Jon S. z7 tx God blessed the USA on June 9, 2012 at 9:33pm

Glad you liked so many of my pic's  I believe this is what is called a Siberian iris they do come back every year no help needed and no help needed to spread too.  I had or technically still have so many iris at the house I used to live in that we are now renting out that they couldn't be counted quite sure was in thousands. Hopefully I get another opportunity to get some more.

Comment by Elizabeth Fowler on June 9, 2012 at 5:51pm

I had a few of these and they bloomed so great last year ,I can't remember the name of the Iris but it is absolutely beautiful the blue with the yellow throat is just gorgeous,I'm hoping it's biennial and will bloom next spring.

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