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Planting and caring for bearded irises (photos): questions and answers

Contents ✓ ✓ Dwarf irises – planting and care. Tips and Reviews ✓ Dwarf irises – VIDEO TIME of a dwarf with a bearded iris Dwarf bearded irises bloom much earlier than other bearded “brothers”. Fill the garden with bright colors that grow fast and create dense beautiful curtains. EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THIS ARTICLE IS HERE >>> Charming with its beauty, irises do not require special attention, and yet our readers ask questions. The experiment was successful Last year, in late autumn, I had to reconstruct a flowerbed with bearded dwarf irises. What to do with them, I did not know then. I dug one bush in the greenhouse, divided the rest and planted it on the bed deeper than usual (8-10 cm). Sprinkled with earth, covered with a dense spanbond from above. Iris, who was in the greenhouse, gave beautiful flowers in March. Plants in the garden showed leaves, that is, they winter safely, grow well. Does this mean you can divide and replant your irises even in late fall? Svetlana Afanasenko, Bryansk – This technique cannot be recommended as a guide to action. This is only allowed in hopeless situations. Experience shows that the late removal of …

German iris (photo) – planting and care

Contents ✓ ✓ The nuances of planting the German iris ✓ A wide range ✓ Iris as food – cooking ✓ HEALING OF IRIS GERMAN PROPERTIES Iris Germanic: purple root The “progenitor” of many bearded irises popular today is the German iris. It was bred for its rhizomes, from which it received a very expensive essential oil and crushed medicinal powder with the scent of violets (which is why the iris rhizome is also called violet root). EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THIS ARTICLE IS HERE >>> FAMILY Iris APPEARANCE A herbaceous plant 60-120 cm high with a strong creeping rhizome LEAVES Flat, gray-green. A form of xyfhoid, pointed FLOWERS Bisexual, single. dark purple, yellow at the base with brown veins FRUIT Box; matures in August See also: Iris Siberian (photo) planting and care, description of breeding and transplantation Many lovers are convinced that the cultivation of irises is a complex process, so they abandon these plants. And it is completely in vain: the iris is quite unpretentious and, moreover, has healing properties. The nuances of planting the German iris You can plant irises in both spring and fall, and even in summer after flowering. The main thing is not to …

Irises Siberian (photo): cultivation and care

Contents ✓ ✓ Irises: landscape decoration ✓ Choosing a place for planting Siberian irises ✓ Planting irises Siberian irises – planting and care Rainbow! This is how the name of the flower, dating back thousands of years, was translated. Thus, the ancient Greeks called the winged messenger Zeus and Hera, the personification and the goddess of the rainbow. Iris, or Iris, appeared from the cloud after the rain, descending to the ground along an airy arc filled with all the colors of the sun spectrum. On the ground, rainbow colors are scattered in very different colors. EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THIS ARTICLE IS HERE >>> But the wealth of shades embodied in irises is truly a gift from the gods that cannot be overlooked. Hippocrates, who named the friend of all flowers, clearly did not doubt it. Carl Linnaeus, the founder of the modern plant classification, kept this name. Successive botanists collected and counted all the irises of our planet, and it turned out that there are more than 200 species! All irises are divided into two large groups depending on the presence or absence of a beard on the outer petals of the flower – bearded and adamant. Bearded …

Wintering irises in the apartment

How to prepare irises for wintering at home The first step to success in development bearded irises (Germanic) – appropriate planting material. I have been working with Shevkhiy Settarovna Saydaliyeva from the Krasnodar Territory for several years and I am very grateful to her for the wonderful planting material. But even good rhizomes can be ruined if they are not planted properly. I have “Delenki” so that there is room for growth. I get a well a little wider than the rhizome and 2-3 cm deep, fill the ash-sand mixture at the bottom. I have a rhizome in such a way that the leaf blade does not cover it. I pour the soil so that her back is sticking out of the ground. I water. The place must necessarily be sunny and dry. The sun is the best remedy for all types of root rot. EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THIS ARTICLE IS HERE >>> And ashes. She and the drug and fertilizer can be powdered from the rhizome without regret, the irises will respond with a lush bloom. Waters them only during budding and flowering, after sufficient rainfall. If it is rainy summer, the irises may hit the leaf lobe …

Siberian irises: varieties, planting and care

Cultivation and varieties of Siberian irises At first, we should be interested in the plant, we are ready to cultivate and cultivate it, to endure the whims. However, the question often arises, but is it worth taking a moment to admire the flower of the entire season of fighting for your health? And how good that there are plants with which joyful communication does not interfere with any “side effects”. Siberian irises just like that! Siberian irises are by no means rare plants, their old varieties with blue-blue flowers can often be found in gardens and parks. They form shrubs with beautiful leaves, decorative all summer long, which, you will agree, is a great dignity. In nature, the ancestors of Siberian irises grow in the wet meadows of Europe and Asia. They love moisture, so rains and spring floods do not harm them. On the other hand, the root system of Siberian irises is so strong that they can extract water deep underground and, with the exception of an extremely abnormally dry summer, do not require special watering. However, undemanding soil does not like alkaline soils, so no deoxidizing substances are added when planting. EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THIS ARTICLE …

Bearded irises – growing care and some varieties

Some recommendations for growing a bearded iris Irises, especially large-flowered varieties with a strong rhizome (require a lot of space and nutrients), grow after a few years and begin to interfere with each other. As a result, they bloom even worse. To avoid this problem, divide the plants every 4-6 years. The period from late July to September is suitable for this. Remove the plant from the ground with a pitchfork, shake off the soil from the rhizome, cut off the leaves. Then, cut the rhizomes, separating the plants from each other. Choose the strongest specimens with leaves. Plant them in a circle at a distance of 40 cm from each other so that the cutting plane of the rhizome looks inside this circle. You can pre-add compost to the soil. Sprinkle the rhizomes only lightly with earth so that they are not visible. Water the plants abundantly. No further action is needed in the coming weeks. Iris the bearded – The plant is unique. It was distinguished by the crossing of different types of irises even in ancient times. So it is one of the oldest garden plants in human history. Bearded Iris grew in the gardens of the …