The Q&A Archives: Dutch Iris

Question: I have dutch iris blooming in my yard. Does it have a continuous bloom or is it a single flower bulb? How do I take care of it?

Answer: Dutch Iris are bulbs that flower March - April. Their leaves will remain green for several weeks before they ripen (turn yellow and die). The bulbs can be left in the ground year round in your area. You can plant some annuals to diguise any bare spots inthe garden that develop when the iris stops blooming and loses its leaves.

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