13 July 2015 |

Iris Rejuvenation

Written by CSU Hort Agents
Jane Rozum, Horticulture Agent, Douglas County   Now that summer is in full swing and the garden has been planted, you can rest easy, right?Well apart from pulling a few weeds, there is a task that you can accomplish in July and early August.Irises are some of our toughest and most durable landscape perennials and are best divided after bloom.July and early August are just fine for
Jane Rozum, Horticulture Agent, Douglas County   Now that summer is in full swing and the garden has been planted, you can rest easy, right? Well apart from pulling a few weeds, there is a task that you can accomplish in July and early August. Irises are some of our toughest and most durable landscape perennials and are best divided after bloom. July and early August are just fine for

Read more

Read 409 times