Re: no bloom
linda crossette wrote:
> Five years ago, I divided the (very large) clump and, planted fans throughout
> the property hoping to find a spot where it would flourish. From full sun to
> part shade, from very rich soil,improved with composted manure, to rather sandy
> beds, the fans are everywhere! I must add that the foliage is lush and
> vigorous. No rot problems. A few plants - those in sandy soil and full sun get
> brown tips -- I assume its too dry for them.
> Should I try more fertilizer? Or, are there some irises out there that don't
> perform? I'm ready to give up and just enjoy the foliage -- especially now
> that I've read about the exciting hybrids growing in your gardens!!
> Linda C. Philadelphia, PA
How deep did you plant them? Some time's bearded Iris will not bloom if planted
to deep. Try a few in full sun with only the roots in the soil, the rhizome in the
sun. Don't know if this will help but it's worth a try.
Dan Isbell firstname.lastname@example.org
- no bloom
- From: linda crossette <email@example.com>