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Excellent color when everything is grey
from Richmond, VA area
About Me Casual Hobbyist
Comments about American Meadows Dwarf Species Iris Mixture - Bag of 25:
I planted these in fall 2013 and was so pleased to have flowers in March! They brightened up my walkway and my daughter loved that they were tiny irises, just her size. She helped me plant them and was quite pleased with her handiwork.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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These plants are the first things to bloom in my spring garden, beating out my crocuses by well over a week. The only ones I didn't see return in the second year were the yellows, but the blue and purple ones more than made up for the lack. Lovely colors, winter hardy, ridiculously early blooms and easy naturalizers; what could be better?
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Blue and purple irises
from Cincinnati, OH
These came up bright and early in spring, just when I was beginning to think winter would never end. These delivered a promise of spring in February. They faded just as the daffodils started to open up.
Blooms, Blooms and more Blooms!
from Driggs, Idaho
The dwarf iris were a snap to plant in fall, hardy enough to survive a zone 3 winter (-30 degrees) and the first flowers to greet me this spring. I will be back for more!
First Burst of Spring
By Irene no green thumb
from Palisade, CO
About Me Getting Started
Planted these in an area where I haven't had much success getting anything to grow well. The irises came up before anything else. I should have gotten more for a better burst of color.
Lots of Color
By green thumb
from Columbia MO
I planted the dwarf iris near the walk to the garage so i could see them every time I went to the garage. There's a carpet of color. I think every one of the bulbs rebloomed this spring. I love bulbs that come back each year.
Lasting little suprises
from Meridian Idaho
The first to come up are competing with the crocus and daffodils. Color at different times give long lasting enjoyment.
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