Plant of the Month: Re-Blooming Bearded Iris
Choose from a variety of re-blooming bearded Iris or buy the collection, saving over £64. Plus 10 things you should be doing in the garden this month
A beautiful selection of hardy, drought tolerant bearded Iris with exceptional disease and insect resistance. With the first flowers appearing in spring and a second flush in autumn, these really are outstanding hardy perennials. Perfect for summer borders, these majestic, tall bearded iris flowers have a delicate scent and make impressive cut flowers for a vase indoors. Height: 90cm (36"). Spread: 30cm (12"). Supplied as bare roots.
Collection includes the following varieties: Iris 'Orange Harvest', Iris 'Victoria Falls', Iris 'Cantina', Iris 'Buckwheat’ and Iris 'Pass The Wine'.
Buy 1 bare root for £8.99
Buy the collection 10 Iris bare roots for £24.99 and SAVE £64.91 (Worth £89.90)
Also, don't miss out on the 10 most important jobs to do in the garden this month:
- Start the autumn cleanup: empty and clean pots, clear pond weeds, pick off rotting fruits and dispose of diseased plant material.
- Start transplanting evergreen conifers, hedging and flowering shrubs. Tall plants need secure staking to give them vital support until new roots have developed.
- Carry out essential lawn maintenance to avoid waterlogging. Autumn is also favourable for creating new lawn from turf or seed.
- Perennial weeds in the borders can be treated with weedkiller this month.
- Plant out your spring cabbages now, but cover with netting to protect from birds.
- Try freezing, drying, pickling, and storing your crops so that you can benefit from them during winter.
- Start planting autumn onion sets and garlic bulbs for cropping next year.
- When the soil is still warm start planting new perennials and spring flowering bulbs like daffodils, crocus, tulips and hyacinths.
- Prune late-summer flowering shrubs, climbing roses and strawberry plants.
- Perfect time to plan your border and vegetable plots for next year. Remember to rotate your crops as it improves soil structure and fertility.
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