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    Default Plant Identification

    Can anyone identify the plant below?

    I have them in three locations but all are a bit manky/insipid. I was wondering if I can do something to improve them or if I should just dig them out and bin them. I first need to know what they are to get the info on their likes and dislikes.

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    Default Re: Plant Identification

    Yes, Annie is right. There are lots of kinds and sizes and colors of Iris...……….usually quite hardy. Looks like a good article from Annie.
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    Default Re: Plant Identification

    Hmmmm... I didn't think of that. These, unlike the iris I have in the front garden, are totally nondescript. The colours really are as bland as in the photo and the flowers look half dead when they first come out.

    I'll dig them up and try them somewhere else. Maybe being near the bird feeding station is not doing them any good (too much nitrogen rich bird poo in the area?).

    Thanks for the input.



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    Default Re: Plant Identification

    Yes, your irises do look sickly but I would suggest moving your bird feeder rather than the plants. Bird feeders should be moved periodically to prevent the build-up of dangerous pathogens, viruses and bacteria


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