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Blackbeard Bearded Iris

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    1 rhizome per package
    5.00 stars, based on 3 review(s)
    Ships: Fall 2024 [?]


    A true blue pale blue bearded iris with a vibrant blue beard. Blackbeard Bearded Iris is a border iris, meaning it will grow about 24-30", a great addition to your sunny perennial border.

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    • Bearded Iris need to be planted in full sun
    • Soil that drains well is essential to the health of your bearded iris. Amend soil with organic matter such as compost, manure or peat moss prior to planting.
    • Bearded Iris should be planted at least 6 weeks before your ground freezes for the year. The earlier in late summer or early fall you can plant bearded iris the better results you will have.
    • Bearded Iris are quite sensitive to planting depth. Plant so that the rhizome is partially above ground, typically this planting depth is 1-2” below the soil surface.
    • Bearded Iris will multiply over time, space according to package instructions.
    • Water the planting area immediately after planting to eliminate air pockets. Bearded Iris are sensitive to rotting, any additional water in fall or winter is not required.
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    Planted and ready for growth
    Good price and quality

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    Love my irises!

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    Healthy Rhizomes!

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    I ordered these rhizomes in the fall and potted them up. This spring they were successfully transplanted to the garden and are healthy and thriving. No blooms yet, but I can't wait to see these gorgeous colors next spring!