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My first Iris of 2016

(Zone 9a)

Bess Bergin...an oldie but goodie

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Cocoa Beach, FL(Zone 10a)

Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

Hillsborough, NC

Very pretty!

(Zone 9a)

Thank you both!

South Hamilton, MA

Just I.reticulata 'Eyecatcher' is in flower. Very early on a first year planting. I recommended it.

(Zone 9a)

Beautiful irisMA

Lyndon, IL(Zone 5a)

No iris yet for me, in fact, the very first crocus just opened (planted close to the foundation). The iris will be a while, yet.....so it's nice to see the pics !

Lyndon, IL(Zone 5a)

forgot the pics !

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South Hamilton, MA

The leaves of those came up in Nov. Strange temps. they are quite pretty--a couple flowered on March 2nd before the snow.

(Zone 9a)

Love the crocus!

Anna, IL(Zone 6b)

No iris YET for me either. I do have lenten rose, crocus and daff's in bloom. When is the best time to fertilize bearded iris? Any suggestions?

South Hamilton, MA

Just before & just after bloom.

South Hamilton, MA

Checked on whether to pick up reticulata bulbs. Breeder says 6 of one or 6 of another. Don't know if I will do so.

Lyndon, IL(Zone 5a)

I've always left mine in the ground, Lucy.......and some spread, while others gradually decline.

South Hamilton, MA

Good I will try that. They were new this year.

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