Iris Plants

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Catese added on December 11, 2016 | Answered

Is it too late to plant my irises? I just received them and it's already cold outside. The ground is not frozen, and we still have some days in the 60s.

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Answered on December 11, 2016

Irises should be planted by six weeks before your area's first frost. After that is too late to safely plant them. In climates with no hard frost, you can plant year-round.

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