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Where to buy Iris in DFW?

Posted by msjam2 7B DFW (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 8, 14 at 23:32


Does anybody know where I could buy irises in DFW area? I have read that Japanese Iris are okay to plant in damp areas.

Thanks a lot for any info!

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RE: Where to buy Iris in DFW?

I really like Louisiana iris, and think they would work well in a damp area........
The low and wetland origins of the native species should not imply that Louisiana irises require aquatic culture. They do love water and thrive in ponds and boggy settings, but Louisianas also grow and bloom exceedingly well in typical garden beds. These irises should not be allowed to dry out during periods of drought, however. They will stay green and grow through hot weather only with ample moisture.

RE: Where to buy Iris in DFW?

Awesome! Now when are they available at the nursery normally? Or do you buy them online like roses?

RE: Where to buy Iris in DFW?

I think the best way to get well-adapted plants is to swap!

People who have La iris (beautiful things) will always have extras.

& La iris will thrive here, while Siberians need a more acid soil.

You might check with Northaven Gardens & place a 'wanted' in the Exchanges part of the Texas Forum, & a lot of online nurseries will have them.

Dutch irises do well here, too, & they're pretty cheap;
they're bulbous irises, & they die down after flowering, but they have beautiful, really orchid-like flowers & make wonderful cut flowers.

RE: Where to buy Iris in DFW?

Costco has some right now and so do the big box stores.

RE: Where to buy Iris in DFW?

Oh my gosh, costco has them?!!! Woooott!!! I'm leaving work early tomorrow!
Thanks for the heads up!!

RE: Where to buy Iris in DFW?

Not really DFW, but Big Chicken Daylily Farm in Brownsboro (just east of Edom) has named iris as well as their daylilies. And while you're out this way you could stop at Blue Moon Gardens.


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