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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to Central Plains Gardener's November Checklist
Most people think about daffodils, tulips and crocus bulb planting in fall, but tiny iris reticulata are another possibility and bloom in March here in USDA zone 5.
Therese Ciesinski added this to 6 Splendid Blue-Flowering Bulbs
Reticulated Iris(Iris reticulata)Not the tall, stately irises that bloom in June, these tiny little jewels pop their heads out when it’s still too cold for the taller irises. The flowers are fragrant. Their one flaw is that they give their best show the first year, then can take a few years to rebloom. For a consistent show, plant new bulbs every fall.Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone)Light requirement: Full sun to partial shadeHeight: 4 to 6 inchesBloom time: Late winter or early springPlanting tips: Plant 3 to 4 inches deep; needs dry soil in summer.

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fltcoatmom added this to fltcoatmom's ideas
December 15, 2013
Will want to plant patches of bulbs in various areas for interest in Spring.
smeyer777 added this to garden
December 5, 2013
Love these iris
sindura added this to sindura's ideas
November 26, 2013
cute
terencewoodmont added this to Landscaping
November 20, 2013
BULBS. Reticulatee Iris
Fusion added this to Garden Idea
November 18, 2013
Reticulated Iris
clnt added this to Landscape Ideas
November 18, 2013
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jamramer added this to landscape
November 17, 2013
reticulated iris
christietoo added this to FUTURE GARDEN IDEAS
November 17, 2013
Reticulated Iris (Iris reticulata) Not the tall, stately irises that bloom in June, these tiny little jewels pop their heads out when it’s still too cold for the taller irises. The flowers are fragrant. Their one flaw is that they give their best show the first year, then can take a few years to rebloom. For a consistent show, plant new bulbs every fall. Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone) Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Height: 4 to 6 inches Bloom time: Late winter or early spring Planting tips: Plant 3 to 4 inches deep; needs dry soil in summer.
mj1225turner added this to Landscape Ideas
November 17, 2013
Reticulated Iris (Iris reticulata) Not the tall, stately irises that bloom in June, these tiny little jewels pop their heads out when it’s still too cold for the taller irises. The flowers are fragrant. Their one flaw is that they give their best show the first year, then can take a few years to rebloom. For a consistent show, plant new bulbs every fall. Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone) Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Height: 4 to 6 inches Bloom time: Late winter or early spring Planting tips: Plant 3 to 4 inches deep; needs dry soil in summer.
darlarehmer added this to plants
November 17, 2013
Reticulated Iris aka Iris reticulata
christine04 added this to christine04's ideas
November 17, 2013
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November 4, 2012
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October 27, 2012
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