By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer
If your walking iris plants have outgrown their boundaries, or if they aren?t blooming as well as they once did, it may be time to divide and conquer. Learn more about transplanting walking irises in this article.
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This article was co-authored by Lauren Kurtz. Lauren Kurtz is a Naturalist and Horticultural Specialist. Lauren has worked for Aurora, Colorado managing the Water-Wise Garden at Aurora Municipal Center for the Water Conservation Department. She earned a BA in Environmental and Sustainability Studies from Western Michigan University in 2014.
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