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Thinning Versus Dividing in Bearded Irises

By KentPfeiffer
April 16, 2013

Although irises produce glorious flowers, the plants are remarkably carefree. They do have a somewhat unusual pattern of growth in comparison with other common garden perennials, though, and this presents challenges to gardeners.

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Name: Susan
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stilldew
May 17, 2013 5:02 AM CST
Does it matter if you take out the old parts before or after they bloom for the year? I bought a hori hori knife and plan to try this idea, Sounds great!

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