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1. The most familiar Irises are the tall (at least 28 inches) bearded Irises (Iris germanica)

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2. Irises may be a “bearded” type or crested (“beardless”).

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3. A warm welcome to you! You’ve found the perfect place for all your questions about growing, showing and loving Irises

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4. The American Iris Society is an international organization of gardeners dedicated to advancing the interest and knowledge of Irises.

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5. Irises are easy-to-grow perennials with flowers in nearly every color of the rainbow

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6. Discover the most popular Irises including tall bearded Irises, Siberian Irises, Japanese Irises, Dutch Irises and more

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7. Learn all about planting and caring for iris flowers, plus find 11 elegant Irises

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8. For most people, the word Iris conjures up visions of brilliant June flowers, for perennial Irises are among the best known and loved of garden plants

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9. Bearded Irises will thrive in most well drained soils

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10. The ideal pH for Irises is 6.8 (slightly acidic) but Irises

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11. Delivering quality Irises since 1984

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12. Our bearded Irises come in a range of sizes, colors, patterns, and bloom seasons

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13. About Irises Iris is a genus of 260-300 species of flowering plants with showy flowers

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14. Irises also have a medicinal history, the roots being used in preparation for medicines for skin infections, syphillis, dropsy and stomach problems

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15. Irises are wonderful garden plants

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16. Irises come in many colors such as blue and purple, white and yellow, pink and orange, brown and red, and even black

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17. Plant them a minimum of 16 to 18 inches apart (less space for dwarf Irises and more for tall bearded iris varieties)

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18. Irises in containers may need dividing and transplanting more frequently than those growing in the ground—about every other year or so

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19. The iris borer is the most serious insect pest of Irises

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20. Growing Irises: How to plant, grow and care for iris

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21. Within the first week, he began Irises, working from nature in the asylum's garden

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22. The cropped composition, divided into broad areas of vivid color with monumental Irises overflowing its borders, was probably influenced by the decorative patterning of Japanese woodblock prints.

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23. Irises now is a permanent collection of J

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24. 10 Secrets of "Irises" 1

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25. "Irises" held the record for the most expensive artwork 1987 when it sold for $53.9 million USD, which would be around $100 million in the current economy

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26. Irises like a near neutral pH and even amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium

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27. Soil requirements: Japanese Irises prefer a rich, loose soil with ample organic matter

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28. Water: Japanese Irises do not like to dry out.

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29. Irises generally bloom in late spring and early summer

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30. Irises are perennial plants and grow from rhizomes or bulbs, depending on the species

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32. Irises is one of several paintings of Irises by the Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh, and one of a series of paintings he made at the Saint Paul-de-Mausole asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France, in the last year before his death in 1890.

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33. Van Gogh started painting Irises within a week of entering the asylum, in May 1889, working from nature in the hospital garden.

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34. Plant care and collection of Irises at Garden.org, with informative growing guides and 83,770 images of 68,047 varieties listed.

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35. ***** we are now accepting orders for a few special iris varieties, as well as mixed bags of unnamed Irises

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36. Tall bearded Irises are in the 5 alphabetical webs following below

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37. Our iris collections have Irises are at their absolute, irresistible best! Each of these captivating blends brings together color-coordinated iris plants that accentuate each …

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38. All Bearded Irises Nola's Iris Gardens offers an impressive collection of bearded iris plants for sale, including reblooming bearded iris and tall bearded iris

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39. 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

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40. Cultivation has produced a great number of varieties, both among the bulbous or Spanish Iris (Iris xiphium) and the herbaceous, or Flag Irises, which have fleshy, creeping rootstocks or rhizomes

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41. In this case, Irises are cut back in two stages, a few months apart

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42. Irises synonyms, Irises pronunciation, Irises translation, English dictionary definition of Irises

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43. “If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.” Vincent van Gogh Let's take a closer look at Vincent van Gogh's Irises

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44. I'll cover: Key Facts and Ideas Shape, Line, and Composition Color Value Brushwork Key Takeaways Vincent van Gogh, Irises, 1889 Key Facts and Ideas For a painting simply of flowers, there's

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45. Irises Currently on view Vincent van Gogh (1853 - 1890), Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, May 1890 oil on canvas, 92.7 cm x 73.9 cm

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46. Bearded Iris Bulbs and Tall Bearded Irises

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47. It may be that the Metropolitan’s Irises does not appear on the list, as is the case with the Museum’s Roses (1993.400.5), which shares the same early provenance

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48. Alison Nicoll has grown bearded Irises commercially since 1978

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49. Irises are found in a variety of colors, like blue, white, pink, orange, or yellow, and even come in attractive combinations of these hues

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50. Aside from their beauty, Irises are desirable for several more practical reasons: they’re easy to grow, they’ll quickly multiply on their own, and their drought resistance, deer resistance, and immunity

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51. Choose your favorite Irises paintings from millions of available designs

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52. All Irises paintings ship within 48 hours and include a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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53. Over watering of Irises is a common mistake

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54. Irises Origin France Date 1914–1926 Medium Oil on canvas Inscriptions Signed w/estate stamp, l.r.: "Claude Monet" Dimensions 200 × 200.7 cm (78 3/4 × 79 in.) Credit Line Art Institute Purchase Fund Reference Number 1956.1202

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55. While Irises are low-maintenance, they require some minor care before winter sets in, if they are expected to provide those same big blooms next year

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Dictionary

IRISES [ˈīris]

NOUN

  • a flat, colored, ring-shaped membrane behind the cornea of the eye, with an adjustable circular opening (pupil) in the center.
  • an adjustable diaphragm of thin overlapping plates for regulating the size of a central hole, especially for the admission of light to a lens.
  • a plant with sword-shaped leaves and showy flowers, typically purple, yellow, or white. Native to both Eurasia and North America, it is widely cultivated as an ornamental.

VERB

  • (of an aperture, typically that of a lens) open or close in the manner of an iris or iris diaphragm.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is another word for irises?

iris(noun) muscular diaphragm that controls the size of the pupil which in turn controls the amount of light that enters the eye; it forms the colored portion of the eye. Synonyms: sword lily, flag, iris diaphragm, fleur-de-lis.

What does irises reproduce by?

One way Iris reproduce is by growing side increases (usually 3-4) like eyes on a potato. These eyes grow into fully mature rhizomes in one year. This is known as asexual (or vegetative) reproduction. How are new Iris plants made?

What is the function of Iris in human eye?

The iris is a ring-shaped membrane inside the eye that surrounds an opening in the center, called the pupil. The iris contains muscles that allow the pupil to become larger (open up or dilate) and smaller (close up or constrict). The iris regulates the amount of light that enters your eye by adjusting the size of the pupil opening.

What type of flower is Iris?

Irises are hardy herbaceous perennials. The genus Iris is a large genus of bulbous and rhizomatous perennials. The Iris was named after the goddess of the rainbow because of its many colors. A flower on the Sphinx is considered to be an Iris, and another appears on a bas-relief of the time of the 18th Egyptian dynasty.

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