Plant Family Guides: Iris-Reticulata---Dwarf-Iris Guides
Create a Garden with Great Winter Interest
Winters may be long and cold, but your garden can allay that dreariness and be transformed into a place of natural beauty with visually arresting textures, colors, fragrances, and flowers. To create such a beautiful winter scene, you need to make sure you select the right plants.
Flower Bulbs That Thrive Under Trees
Flower bulbs look appealing when planted under garden trees. However, planting any bulbs beneath trees is not always successful because of the dense shade cast by the trees, the competition with their roots and the lack of moisture under these trees. If a tree competes with bulbs for light, water or nutrients, the tree always wins.
Pretty Flowers for your Winter Garden
Most people celebrate daffodils as the harbingers of spring, without being aware that many other plants flower much earlier
Iris reticulata (Dwarf Iris)
Dwarf Iris with grass-like leaves and a violet-blue or purple flower with yellow markings that bursts into bloom in early spring to create an effect reminiscent of butterflies hovering low to the ground.
Irises: How to Grow and Care with Success
Want to learn how to grow and care for irises like a pro? Follow these simple steps and enjoy the beauty of these striking plants
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