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Lowest price iris bulbs

If you are looking for the lowest price iris bulbs there are a number of questions that you will have to ask yourself before starting your search. What type of iris do you want? Are you seeking a particular color or would a mix of hues suit your needs? Where do you want to plant the iris bulbs and what type of soil is in that location? Here is a brief summary of the different iris types with details of their color ranges and information on their soil requirements.

Dwarf Irises. These irises grow 4-6 inches tall and produce blue, yellow or purple flowers in early spring. They require a well drained soil in full sun or partial shade and are hardy in USDA zones 4-9.

Bearded Irises. This type covers a wide range of size and color. Height varies from 8 inches for the dwarf bearded iris to 40 inches for the tall bearded. The flowers are pink, yellow, blue, purple and even a dark burgandy blooming in early summer with some reblooming types flowering again in late summer and early fall. Bearded irises need well drained soil in full sun.

Siberian Irises.These plants grow two to four feet tall and thrive in cool wet conditions. The flowers are mostly blue, white and violet borne in late spring and early summer. Hardy in zones 3-9.

Louisiana Irises.This type are true water lovers but will also grow well in acidic soils. Two to four feet tall and with a wide range of colors, these irises can be grown in zones 5-9.

Japanese Irises.These irises also enjoy wet soils and can even be planted partially submerged in the margins of your garden pond. Growing two to three feet tall with white to lavender colored blooms some measuring up to six inches across, Japanese irises make a bold statement in early to mid summer. Hardy in zones 5-9.

Dutch hybrids.This type are often grown as annuals and make good cut flowers. Height varies from eighteen inches to two feet with Orchid-like flowers blooming from late spring to early summer. This group of irises has an especially wide range of colors and patterns and is hardy in zones 5-9.

To help you decide what type of iris you want just follow the link to our recommended merchants where you can consult their catalogues to find the lowest price iris bulbs.

More iris notes:
Choose the Bearded Iris for a Great Summer Show
Blue Siberian Iris Bulbs
Transplanting Iris Bulbs
How to plant Japanese Iris Bulbs
Digging and Storing Iris Bulbs
Fragrant Iris Bulbs

 

 

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