Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Direct entry is provided from the two-car garage to the house through a conveient main floor laundry and mud room a welcome feature in bad weather. NAME ADDRESS LETM -Tlic Herald At Home Your garden By IsaUleR. F.R.H.S. This the Iris seem to be particularly beautiful with their lovely blooms of reds and purples. For those who only have a limited amount of garden why not try growing some of the iris. They come in quite a wide range of colors and their flowers are like the taller ones except they are smaller in size. For that everything about them is smaller. There are so many nice things about these dwarf specimens. They are quite hardy and weather and they don't have to be staked to prevent wind damage. Some catalogues list the height of these miniature gems from five to 18 inches. The real miniatures would be most ideal for the rock while the others would fit into beds or borders. Like other the miniatures are not difficult to but keep in mind they do best in full sun and a well drained soil. If grown without sun you will find no but an abundance of leaves. In very hot some shade during the hottest part of the day is helpful. Iris are very showy plants and are wonderful for the homeowner who has a limited number of hours to spend in the garden. Once they require very little care. While their flowering season is by careful from dwarf varieties to you can extend the flowering period over a longer time. Iris may be combined artistically in beds with other particularly lilies and peonies. They also make a nice display in rock gardens or beside pools and are ideal as cut flowers and are especially attractive in Japanese arrangements. If your border is wide low annuals or even perennials may be planted in front of the to give additional color for the remainder of the when their time of bloom is finished. Even the seed heads that follow are quite ornamental for winter bouquets and may be left natural or sprayed different colors. For those who have never grown iris the planting or dividing procedure is not too difficult. As these colorful plants require only a minimum of and It is only after four years or so they require to be divided. If they become too crowded the flowers tend to become smaller because they are deprived of sufficient Planting or dividing is best done during the dormant period which lasts from shortly after blooming until some time in August. This gives the plant plenty of time to establish their root system before winter. This particularly applies to the bearded iris which are the best known and most commonly and have the widest range of colors. The beardless can be planted in early spring or late summer and are moisture loving varieties growing well around ponds. The grassy leaved Siberian and Japanese varieties stand more shade than the but will also do well in full sun. With regard to dig up the plants with a fork as this minimizes the damage to the rhizomes food storing stem immediately below the The roots will be quite intertwined. Shake off the loose soil and then you can see better what you are doing. Grasp the base of each leaf clump and gently pull them apart. Or you can use a sharp knife to cut into pieces. Each portion should consist of a fan of leaves and a piece of rhizome. Dig a hole about 10 inches deep working in some well rotted manure and sand for good drainage. Planting in slightly raised beds will help to overcome any problem of water laying around the plants. Place new or divided rootstock so the soil just covers the top of the rhizome. The optimum distance is generally considered to be from eight to 15 depending on variety. Planted closer they may have to be thinned in two years rather than four. 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