What is the best time of year to transplant established iris? After blooming or before fall? - letsdiskuss
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What is the best time of year to transplant established iris? After blooming or before fall?


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Iris need to be thinned or divided before they become overcrowded, generally every 3-5 years. If Iris are allowed to become too crowded the bloom will suffer, some varieties may crowd others out and disease problems may be aggravated. Depending on your location, July through September is the time to divide and transplant Bearded Iris.

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Transplanted Iris should be planted a minimum of six weeks before the first hard frost in your area.
Old bunches might be diminished via painstakingly removing the old divisions at the focuses of the clusters and leaving new development in the ground. On account of exceptionally old and compacted bunches, the way toward diminishing may be less demanding in the event that you uncover the whole cluster, expel the old "spent" rhizomes, trim the foliage of the new rhizomes and replant them. Littler shoots may take two years to deliver sprouts, however bigger shoots should blossom the accompanying spring.
We prescribe enhancing the dirt with a low-nitrogen compost, super phosphate or ***** dinner when transplanting. These additional supplements assist the new shoots with having the most obvious opportunity with regards to achievement in building up their root frameworks. Water recently planted rhizomes well at first, and on the off chance that dry conditions proceed, when each 7 to 10 days until the point that the harvest time downpours start, to enable the new roots to end up built up.
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