Here is more great information on growing Irises in the garden.
Make sure you break off the seedpods that are created after the blooms are faded. This will make sure that the surrounding soil has room to breathe. This will also save energy for more important plants.
Make sure to prune in the fall! This will ensure a lower chance of pests and diseases in the winter.
Divide the clumps of the flowers every three to four years. This should be done in the late summer. This should be made a habit!!
These plants are so perfect and easy to plant for everyone! Make sure to follow these steps and everything should run smoothly.
Have a beautiful garden with irises!
-My Yard Garden