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Q.Should Bulbs That Are No Longer Producing Flowers Be Dug Up?

Zone Marblehead MA 01945 | Anonymous added on September 11, 2021 | Answered

I planted my Siberian Iris in 1986. They have been producing fewer and fewer flowers for the past 5 years. This year there were only 8 blooms on quite a large patch. I want to plant new ones this fall. Should I remove the old bulbs? Thank you. Linda Velleco

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