Iris blooms - Knowledgebase Question

Creston, Ca
Question by carlakohle
May 29, 2010
Most of my iris have not bloomed for a couple years. I have transplanted them, trimmed them, and fertilized them. what can I do now to insure blooms next spring?


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Answer from NGA
May 29, 2010

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When they are overcrowded, iris can fail to bloom. Since you've already transplanted and fed them, there's not much else that's required. Sunshine (at least 6 hours) will encourage more flowers. If you've done everything possible, your irises should bloom for you next spring. Enjoy!

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