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Irises

Try tall German irises or delicate Japanese irises.

Iris plants bloom in a cluster of beautiful flowers on each stalk, making them the showpiece of any garden. The iris bulbs plant is named after the Greek word for rainbow, because of its many species and the dozens of colors available. irises mostly bloom in early summer and attract many hummingbirds and butterflies during their blooming periods. And, iris plants are hardy and pest-resistant, giving a regal appearance with very little work. Shop for iris bulbs and rhizomes at the Michigan Bulb Company and put these sturdy, versatile beauties on display in containers, beds, or as ground cover.

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Tall bearded German irises are perfect for the novice gardener! These hardy bulbs grow tall stalks and colorful bearded blossoms. We carry many varieties of beautiful bicolored and broken-color German irises, as well as reblooming German irises. Iris germanica plants are a favorite perennial bulb because of their easy-to-grow nature. Simply plant your bulbs in the fall in a sunny spot. Check your bulbs' packages for planting depth. Add water and fertilizer, and enjoy your German iris blooms in the sping! Japanese irises (Iris ensata) feature evenly-spaced petals that hang down rather than up. Japanese irises grow from rhizomes, and are most successful in heavy, slightly acidic soil.


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