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Irises that are growing Over-the-Garden-Wall

summer 1934, spring 1935

by Over-the-Garden-Wall (Firm)

  • 145 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bulbs (Plants),
  • Nursery stock,
  • Catalogs,
  • Irises (Plants),
  • Varieties

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementMrs. L.W. Kellogg, W. M. Kellogg
    ContributionsKellogg, Louise W., Kellogg, Willard M., Mrs. L.W. Kellogg (Firm), Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 pages
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27273618M
    OCLC/WorldCa945777026

    #N#The AIS Hager-DuBose Memorial Iris Library of Iris Literature, including Articles, Books, Catalogs, Presentations, and Videos. The AIS Hager-DuBose Memorial Iris Library. The Iris Video Library. QR Code for Main Page. #N#This QR code may be copied and pasted onto labels or literature to bring people to this page. For more information visit. From miniature dwarfs to full-size, 4-foot tall plants, there is an iris for every need in the garden. The iris includes more than species and many unique cultivars. Common species include Japanese bearded iris, Siberian iris, Louisiana irises, Pacific Coast irises as well as Dutch and English irises.

      When irises bloom. Bearded irises flower at different times between April and June according to their variety. Algerian irises flower in winter, Dutch and Siberian irises flower in summer. Find out how to grow winter-flowering irises. When to cut irises back. Remove any browned leaves during the growing season to discourage leaf spot. One of my best finds of the year is Irises: A Gardener's Encyclopedia by Claire Austin. The book covers a lot of ground and even includes photos of roots of different types of irises. There is also a section on hybridizing and growing irises from seed. The information and photos in this book make it invaluable for all iris /5(23).

    Since there are many types of iris plants you can grow in the garden, it helps to arm yourself with the best possible iris growing tips. That’s where we come in. Not only do we provide information on how to grow iris flowers, but you’ll also find tips for planting irises of all types and essential iris care for maintaining their overall healthy and long-lasting beauty. Over the Garden Wall book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A collection of poems for children, organized into four sections: Ind /5(8).


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Over-the-Garden-Wall (Firm) Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. The Gardener's Guide to Growing Irises (Gardener's Guide Series) [Stebbings, Geoff] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Gardener's Guide to Growing Irises /5(5). This book is full of practical advice on all aspects of growing iris, including all the varieties. I highly recommend this book. There's a great section on iris for various growing conditions, including aril iris which I love.

This book is a better general reference than The Iris Encyclopedia by Austin, and I found more useful information than /5(38). Over The Garden Wall () #3 (of 4) and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(38). The Gardener's Iris Book by William Shear contains broad yet very detailed information about all types of irises and clear instructions on their cultivation and division.

I bought it because it was highly recommended in a Schreiner's Iris Gardens catalog, and I was /5(31). Iris are very common in the garden and often people ask for help to plant, grow, move or divide them. The answer to such questions starts with iris identification. There are many different species iris and they do not all grow the same way.

Some have tubers and need to be divided regularly. Others are bulbs and hardly ever need to be divided. The American Iris Society is a nonprofit institution incorporated February 2,in the County of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania. By the terms of the Charter, the Corporation has no stockholders and exists for the sole purpose of promoting the culture and improvement of the Iris.

AIS supports many exciting programs that need your help. As the title says, the scope of the book is limited to the bearded irises, from the tiny miniature dwarfs to the tall bearded.

So arilbreds and beardless types such as Siberians and Louisians are not included. Bearded irises are the most widely grown type, and provide more than enough material for a book of this size/5(35).

Irises are easy-to-grow perennials with flowers in nearly every color of the rainbow. Discover the most popular irises including tall bearded irises, Siberian irises, Japanese irises, Dutch irises and more. Learn all about planting and caring for iris flowers, plus find 11 elegant irises for your own garden.

Bearded iris grow from a thick, rootlike structure called a rhizome. As the plant matures, the rhizome produces more rhizomes, which in turn lead to more leaves and flowers.

Over time, however, the original rhizome withers and dies off. ***** we are now accepting orders for a few special iris varieties, as well as mixed bags of unnamed irises. no other items will be sold in the season, as we are redoing our gardens this year.

all other items will show as "sold out" so that you can still view our. Irises greet us in springtime with spectacular, large, beautiful, eye-catching flowers. Like a rainbow, they exhibit a variety of colorful patterns and shades of blue to violet, pale delicate white or yellow, earthy tans and browns, to a flaunting copper-red, a stately deep maroon, and a brilliant yellow.

Irises are perfect for beginner gardeners and experienced green thumbs alike. The hardy flowers are not difficult to grow and do well in a wide range of climates, being relatively drought-tolerant and low maintenance.

When it blooms, the Iris's flowers are gorgeous, ranging in hue from the common purple shade to patterned white and yellow%(53). Among the many contributors to the book are Keith Keppel, Ben Hager, and Thomas M.

Wilkes. Many iris specialists and organizations throughout the world's temperate zone in both hemispheres have contributed to this book.

What books have you read that you would recommend to those who are new in the field of irises. New Zealand’s varied environmental conditions can be challenging but by following these simple steps you’ll be well on your way to growing a faultless Iris bloom: We dig our irises in December, February, March and April for delivery, as this is the best time in our area to move and divide Bearded Irises.

The Irises are transported bare-rooted. Vaughn's book covers five main groups of beardless irises: Siberian, Louisiana, Japanese, Pacific Coast Native and spuria irises.

You'll find a chapter on each, along with one on species and species hybrids. All grow from rhizomes, or modified underground stems. If your garden space is small, you can find beardless irises that are 3- or 4-inch Author: Lynn Coulter.

The Iris genus is vast and includes over species. Some grow from rhizomes and others from bulbs, but it’s the bearded iris (Iris germanica cultivars), grown from a rhizome, that are the most familiar to are hardy : BBC Gardeners' World Magazine.

Bearded Iris bloom is in “late spring,” after the tulips and daffodils, and often with oriental poppies and peonies. There are six official classifications of Bearded Irises, based mostly on their heights, but the one everyone is interest in is called, not surprisingly, “Tall Bearded Irises.

“[Norris] is an enthusiastic young American who writes in a readable style with his passion for irises coming across on each page.” — The Garden “Norris will offer fresh inspiration, as well as growing tips and descriptions of recommended cultivars.” — “It’s a rainbow of a book, with deliciously coloured section pages /5(40).Founded in Welcome to the Historic Iris Preservation Society (HIPS) Come with us down the garden path to explore the charm and delight of heirloom irises.

Here you will find many resources and much information about historic irises. The Historic Iris Preservation Society is a group of folks from around the world who love and enjoy old.