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Reblooming Iris Collection

Lavish blooms for months on end
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Reblooming Iris Collection

Lavish blooms for months on end
  • Five reliable iris rhizome rebloomers.
  • Extends your iris garden season.
  • Reblooming irises multiply annually.
For many gardeners, the only drawback about iris season is that it is over too soon. One of the greatest achievements of iris hybridization is the creation of the reblooming iris. Our reblooming... Read More »

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For many gardeners, the only drawback about iris season is that it is over too soon. One of the greatest achievements of iris hybridization is the creation of the reblooming iris. Our reblooming iris collection contains varieties that you can see not only in the spring but again in the late summer to fall. With reblooming iris rhizomes, you can create a dramatic scene in a perennial border brimming with large, magnificently ruffled, colorful blooms. You can also use these reblooming iris as strong vertical accents in a drought-tolerant mixed planting. Then enjoy your neighbors' surprise and delight as the reblooming iris show begins again later in the season. The Reblooming Iris Collection includes Beverly Sills, Immortality, Summer Olympics, Sugar Blues, and Clarence Reblooming Irises.

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When is the best time to plant iris rhizomes?

Iris rhizomes should be planted in late summer to early fall to give the irises an ideal amount of time to settle into the soil before winter. Avoid planting iris rhizomes in late fall, as they may not overwinter well.

Where is the best place to plant a reblooming iris?

Reblooming iris should be planted in an area where they can have a full day's worth of sun. Plant reblooming iris rhizomes at least 3 inches from each other. Read more about our planting iris rhizomes in our planting guide.

Reblooming irises are hardy in zones 3-9. Find out which zone you're in using our Zone Finder tool.

Do reblooming irises need to be pruned?

Once irises finish blooming in late May or June, cut off flower stalks but not the foliage. Repeat this process, for reblooming varieties, in late summer after they have flowered again. After foliage has died back, before winter sets in, cut it back to about 3" from the rhizome.

Does a reblooming iris require any winter care?

Once the pruning is done in the late fall, cover the rhizomes with a layer of protection such as straw or anything that will allow air circulation. Remove the protection in spring after the last frost.

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