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Q.Uprooting Iris Plants

Zone 07726 | Knitting rozz added on July 3, 2021 | Answered

Once Iris flowers bloom should you dig out the rhizomes and store away for following year.They are planted in a huge pot on my patio.

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Answered on July 4, 2021

No, doing so will likely kill the plant. They need to keep their leaves in order to store energy for the next year. They are, fully, hardy throughout the united states.

Simply remove the bloom stalk, and leave the plant to continue on.

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