Q.How Do I Transplant Regina Iris.
I got this beautiful plant 3 years ago and had maybe 8- 10 flowers. 2nd year I had 25-40 blooms twice. Last year I had 80-126 flowers. and the two small plant I got at Home Depot is now at least 6-8′ around the top. I know it is getting too big but it’s not like irises. I am accustomed to rhizomes this looks like they are all connected. I want to separate it and plant it in outer spots when it blooms; it is gorgeous.
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According to my research, new plantlets form at the tips of the flower stalk. You can bend those over and affix the tip in a pot of soil (or on the ground) and it will root. They can also be grown by dividing the offsets or by seed. Here is more information: