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How do you plant Siberian Iris?
Last Updated: 8th April, 2020
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Then, how do you grow Siberian Iris?
Siberian irises perform best in moist, well-drained, fertile soils. However, they will tolerate poor, dry sites. They can be grown in partial shade to full sun. Siberian irises are usually planted in spring or late summer.
Beside above, why is my iris sibirica not flowering? When you notice iris plants not flowering, the cause can stem from a variety of issues including weather, soil fertility, overcrowding, unhealthy rhizomes, insect or disease attack, planting depth and even site conditions.
Similarly, how do you take care of Siberian iris?
Siberian Iris Care Keep the soil consistently moist until the plants are established, about a year. Water established plants regularly when drought conditions exist. Feed Siberian iris plants in spring with a nitrogen-rich fertilizer and fertilize again when blooms are spent.
Should I deadhead Siberian Iris?
If you enjoy deadheading plants and prefer a pristine garden, deadheading Siberian iris blooms will not harm the plant either. For best plant appearance when removing spent Siberian iris blooms, cut the whole flower stalk back to the plant crown immediately after the flowers fade.