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Irises are one of the most commonly planted perennials in North America. With many species and thousands of cultivars across the trade, irises are an old standby plant for the garden. Most species grow quickly by rhizomes and spread and fill in areas fast. Irises can come in a very wide array of colors, with every shade of the rainbow, plus many multi-colored cultivars. Most species prefer full to part sun and room to grow. They like well-drained soil and to have their rhizomes clean (not covered with soil or mulch).
Bearded iris are the most common and have been planted in American gardens for centuries. These lovely, April to June blooming beauties have a wonderful fragrance that is unique to each cultivar. There are some that resemble grape soda and others that smell of Coca Cola. It is interesting to collect the different cultivars just for their smells. They also make wonderful cut flowers and are used in arrangements and bouquets. Plants grow 6 inches to 2 feet tall. Bearded irises should be divided ever 3 to 7 years to improve vigor and flower power. They can be affected by rot, iris leaf spot, and some caterpillars. Rhizomes should not be covered with mulch or soil to prevent rot.
Siberian iris is another widely used plant in American gardens. The standard ‘Caesar’s Brother’ is a favorite in many landscapes, but there are other varieties, including multi-colored, yellow, and white. The leaves of these irises can reach almost 4 feet high with flowers blooming in May to June. They can be affected by the same pests as bearded irises and also benefit from division every 3 to 7 years. Leaves should be removed in late fall after a hard freeze. Spent flowers can be deadheaded, but it is not required.
Other irises include the Japanese iris, popular in water gardens, and native irises for native shade and water gardens.
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