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Siberian iris late blooming

Posted by peegee (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 30, 13 at 12:40

Hello - newbie here, and received such good help from my first question about bearded iris rhizomes with holes, that I thought I'd ask about my siberian iris late bloomer. I planted that grouping from plants from a friend who was moving about 7 years ago. Hers always bloomed all at the same time, and since I've had them, it's been the same, until now. Mine finished blooming some time ago, but this past week, I noticed one smaller one on the edge was blooming -the last week of June! Is this unusual? I'm zone 5+.

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RE: Siberian iris late blooming

No, it is not unusual. Coronation Anthem does it very often.

RE: Siberian iris late blooming

The baby plant is Just catching up!

RE: Siberian iris late blooming

Ok, thanks! Sorta was excited I might have something unusual! Appreciate the info!!!

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