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Recommended Read on Organizing Tall Bearded Iris Photos


Tall Bearded Iris|Schreiner's Iris GardensWith Iris bloom season at hand, enthusiasts un-sling their cameras to capture the quickly passing blossoms. What to do with all the images? How to categorize them, label them, view them easily in the dead of winter for a quick pick-me-up? Susanne Holland Spicker has written a very fine piece on World of Irises describing her method of accomplishing this task.  Click here to read this very helpful article.


Happy Spring!

~The Schreiner Family

Author: Schreiner's Iris Gardens

Dedicated to growing and selling the finest Iris in the world.

3 thoughts on “Recommended Read on Organizing Tall Bearded Iris Photos

  1. please help I have 40 iris plants this year one color took over what can I do


    • It sounds as if a more vigorous variety may have suppressed the other varieties. Are they all planted fairly close together? If so, we recommend you dig the Iris clumps this summer and transplant them, discarding the old, spent rhizomes. Plant the new rhizomes 12 to 18 inches apart. You might want to tag the rhizomes now that are currently blooming so that you will be able to identify this more vigorous variety when it’s time to transplant this summer. Visit our How to Grow Iris pages for more details on transplanting.


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