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Many birds are friends to the gardener, as they feast on harmful insects and weed seeds. But when they feast on our crops, we categorize them as pests. Blackbirds,...more
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To divide iris dig up clumps after blooming and discard any rhizomes (roots) that are soft or have many holes. Cut rhizomes into sections with a 6-inch tall fan of leaves. Replant so 1/3rd of the rhizome is above ground.
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