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Iris in Minnesota
in Arboretum News
Iris Society, a section of the American Iris Society,
has classified four distinguishable patterns of behavior in reblooming
- Two completely distinct cycles of bloom. After Spring flowering
there is a second predictable bloom period.
or everblooming - Bloomstalks are sent up repeatedly at any
time in the growing season.
(Remontant) – Additional bloomstalks on an unpredictable
regularity immediately following Spring bloom. Usually extending
the Spring season from four to six weeks.
rebloomers – Sporadically produce bloomstalks at variable
times in the growing season.
Most iris cultivars
with reblooming characteristics in the southern or western sections
of the United States may show no tendencies for rebloom in Minnesota.
Some bearded iris, like those listed below, will usually or occasionally
have cyclic rebloom characteristics. Remontant behavior is found
in some Siberian Iris cultivars.
iris growers, members of the Iris Society of Minnesota, recently
listed some cultural practices to promote reblooming or remontant
characteristics in iris.
iris from early Fall frosts.
in full sun.
fertilize after Spring bloom. Water enough to encourage good
growth, avoid rot from over-watering.
frequent division and replanting after Spring bloom. Most rebloom
occurs with 2 to 3 year old clumps in bearded iris and older
clumps for Siberian Iris.
Worel of Holly Lane Iris Garden in Osseo, MN, tests many reblooming
iris and reports success with the following:
Tall Bearded Iris
and Again - Innerst ‘99, yellow
Best Bet - Schreiner ‘88, two tone blue, occasionally
Buckwheat - Byers ‘89, lt. yellow, once in three years
Cayenne Capers - Gibson ‘60, red and yellow, occasionally
Champagne Elegance - Niswonger ‘87, peach and white,
Harvest - Wyatt ‘77, yellow, occasionally
Earl of Essex - Zurbrigg ‘80, violet and white, occasionally
Feedback - Hager ‘83, Purple and white, occasionally
Harvest of Memories - Zurbrigg ‘85, rarely
I Do - Zurbrigg ‘73, white, occasionally
Immortality - Zurbrigg ‘82, white, the most reliable rebloomer
Invitation - Schreiner ‘82, peach and white, 4 of 16 seasons
Over and Over – Innerst ’01, violet and white, 1st year, reported
Queen Dorothy - Zurbrigg ‘84 ,violet and white, usually
Total Recall - Hager ‘92, purple and white, occasionally
Wammy - Hager ‘90, yellow and white with purple horns, rarely
Unbelievable Love - Grise ‘98, blue, bloomed the second year
Blessed – SDB, Zurbrigg ‘79, 12” yellow, occasionally
Midsummer Night’s Dream - IB, ‘99, 20” purple
Sangreal – IB, Sass ’35, 16”, yellow, usually
Velvet Toy – MDB, 6-8” purple, usually
Iris with remontant bloom
Bounty – McEwen ‘83
Roaring Jelly – Schafer/Sacks ‘92
Ruby Ruby – Worel ‘95
Spring Brook – Warburton ‘88
Sultan’s Ruby – Hollingworth ’88
Ranman – Shidara ‘99
Where Eagles Dare – Helsley ‘93
list of reblooming iris from other Iris Society of Minnesota member
- SDB, Hager ‘95
Autumn Grandeur – TB, Hager ‘92
Bonus Mama - TB, Hager ‘90
Cayene Capers – TB, Gibson ‘59
Cee Cee - TB, Innerst ‘95
Coral Charmer – TB, Brown ‘82
Ditto – MDB, Hager ‘94
Feedback – TB, Hager ‘93
Jean Guymer – TB, Zurbrigg ‘76
Latest Style – TB, Zurbrigg ‘79
Lemon Duet – TB, Smith ’78
Lo Ho Silver – IB, Byers ‘89
Magic Memories – TB, Clark/Nichols ‘89
Misty Twilight – TB, Byers ‘88
Pink Attraction – TB, Hall ‘87
Summer Holidays – TB, Zurbrigg ’79