bearded iris


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any of numerous wild or cultivated irises with hairlike structures on the falls (the drooping sepals)

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In late May, miniature dwarf bearded iris add a carpet of colour in a rock garden or on the edge of a perennial border.
Flowers of the bearded iris family truly are available in every color of the rainbow.
I think there's an opulence and generosity of purple, when you think of the purple bearded iris or Tulipa 'Black Knight'.
Expert tip: In a sun-baked border, mix bde bearded iris with drifts of lavender, yarrow, dusty miller, artemesia, stachys or lamb's ears, Russian sage, hyssop and the sedum autumn joy.
QI have a bed of bearded iris and I see one flower has a seed head.
Bearded iris need a shave - now that the large bearded iris hybrids have done their job, they can be lifted, divided and replanted so that they give of their best again next year.
Divide clumps of bearded iris and harvest spinach, peas, beets, carrots, salads, potatoes and globe artichokes.
2 Divide: It's normal for bearded iris plants to look a bit sickly this time of year.
Schreiner's tall bearded iris are internationally recognized, with 10 Dykes Memorial medalists, the highest honor bestowed in iris competition.
I also plant a garden every year and grow gooseberries, marionberries, blueberries, table grapes, bearded iris and, of course, apples, pears and plums.
Cut penstemons back to just above a bud to stimulate new growth, and divide g bearded iris now which will give them a better chance to establish roots before the cold weather arrests their growth.
ro hop Expert tip: In a sun-baked border, mix bearded iris with drifts of lavender, yarrow, dusty miller, artemesia, stachys or lamb's ears, Russian sage, hyssop and the sedum autumn joy.
QI planted bearded Iris a few years ago and they look healthy with lots of leaves but no flowers.
He also has a red Peruvian lily (Alstroemeria); 'Witches Wand,' a dark-purple bearded iris with an orange spot at the base of each petal; a Clematis jackmanii' vining up into a scarlet-flowered, bark-exfoliating Melaleuca elliptica; an exotic Aloysia species whose plethora of white flowers smell like baby powder; and a 40-year-old, double-flowered yellow Rosa banksiae 'Lutea' that has grown 20 feet tall and 20 feet wide and has completely inundated a western red bud tree (Cercis occidentalis).