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DamageToTrees
... to wipe out a unmanageable colony of them in a long iris bed which looked, at the time, like a low mountain ... iris corms dug out and put aside so we could till the bed from end to end with the tines set as deep as they would go. Finally, we replanted the iris corms. I once had these iris neatly distributed in clusters of whites, reds, and deep ...
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Questions On Iris
... iris expert reads this column, I'm sure I'll get a correction or addition to this statement, which I would certainly welcome! Q: My first question is about iris corms. My sister and I purchased some new plants yesterday and have them in cold storage. Can they be planted outdoors at this time? Iris ... likely will contain iris seed, which in due time will produce new corms (you refer to them ...
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Questions On Tulips
... iris corms. My sister and I purchased some new plants yesterday and have them in cold storage. Can they be planted outdoors at this time? Iris ... my garden. I noticed this fall there are tulip bulbs or corms on top of the ground. Why is this happening and what ... a site rather than individually. Think in dozens rather than individuals. Iris, on the other hand, are planted just below the soil surface-- ...
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Information about Tiger Flower Iris
... corms are best planted in late spring, and will flourish in sunny areas with soil that allows good drainage. Tiger Flower Iris corms should be planted three inches deep and will grow to be anywhere from 1.5 - 2" tall. In warmer climates the corms ...
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Gardener's Network: How to Grow Flowering Bulbs, Corms, Tubers, Tuberous Roots, and Rhizomes
... . Most likely you (and I) have referred to flowers as bulbs, when they were actually Corms, Tubers, Tuberous roots, or a Rhizome. Don't know the difference? Don't Care? That ... New for 2006 Amaryllis Astilbe Colchicum Crocus Daffodil Day Lilies Geraniums Heirloom Bulbs Hostas Hyacinth Iris Lilies Paperwhites Peonies Tree Peonies Tulips Planting Helpers Shady Perennials Sunny Perennials $5 Best Buys ...
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Gardener's Network: Types of Fall Bulbs, Corms, Tubers, Tuberous Roots, and Rhizomes
... of Fall Bulbs, Corms, Tubers, Tuberous Roots, and Rhizomes Bulb Home Types How to Grow Fertilizer ... Spring Hyacinth Hyacinthus Fall Spring Iris Iris Fall Spring Lily Liliun Fall Summer Snowdrops Galanthus Fall Early Spring Tulips Tulips Fall Spring Corms Corms are similar to bulbs ... the rest of the bulb. They usually have a flat top. Corms propagate like bulbs, but the baby bulbs grow from the top ...
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Information about How To Grow Bearded Iris
... The Difference Between Hardy Bulbs Tender Bulbs The Meaning Of Bulb Botanical Name Tubers Rhizomes Corms Bulbs Other flower bulb tips... Please visit our partner sites: Penya Seeds GardeningKnowHow.com ... $50 White Flower Farm - Gardening Begins Here How To Grow Bearded Iris INFORMATION ABOUT HOW TO GROW BEARDED IRIS... The iris is perhaps the most frequently grown flower in residential gardens. And ...
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The Iris Family
... Iris Family The Iris Family: Introduction The Iridaceae is the family of iris and related plants. Members of the giant group Lilianae, the irids mostly have corms or a rhizome, although a ... part of the Asparagales. Besides the familiar bearded iris of the garden, other members of this family include the siberian and japanese iris (genus Iris), Crocus, Freesia, Babiana, Ixia, Moraea, Cypella, and ...
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Corms
... of the brown-mottled elliptical leaves, but no flowers! North American Wildflowers Bearded Iris Beared iris apart from the initial establishing are trouble free perennial plants which will reward you ... around the world. Alpines and Bulbs Flower Bulb FAQs Frequently Asked Questions about bulbs and corms and climate of growing these. Alpines and Bulbs Galanthus and other Buried Treasures. Welcome ...
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Open Directory - Home:Gardening:Plants:I:Iris
... Home:Gardening:Plants:I:Iris home | help Top: Home: Gardening: Plants: I: Iris Please submit only informational sites about irises. Sites that sell irises should be ... genus Iris. These are perennials, growing from rootstocks or corms. Open Directory Home: Gardening: Plants: Perennials Open Directory Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Liliopsida: Iridaceae: Iris Copyright ...
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