New reply from Rosyposy

Hi Keyleigh Alice

I love irises! They are very easy to grow from tubers so you just plant them as you would any bulbs. They like the soil to be free draining and you mustn’t plant them too deeply because they’re prone to rot. But they don’t need much looking after at all. The scented ones are especially lovely when you put them in a vase indoors. Some of them will have a second flush in Autumn so you can bring colour indoors in the autumn.

They’re stunning aren’t they?  Give it a go!  Let me know how you get on… !

Rosy

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Original Post by Keyleigh Alice

Are these easy to grow for cut flowers?

Are these easy to grow for cut flowers? I loved the ones I got for my birthday and want to try and grow them.  Any advice would be great… thanks KA

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