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The iris & peony blooms are a fading memory! We are anxious for the daylily blooms. Looks like we are nearly 3 weeks behind the normal blooming cycle due to the cooler temperatures and the wet weather.
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A quick TO-DO list for the novice gardener....
1. Check your daylilies for aphids, as wet as this spring is, we have had to sprayed.
2. Time to remove the spent peony blooms, cut the stem just above the last set of leaves at a 45 degree angle.
3. Wait on the iris blooms until the stalk dried and you can pull them out. Cutting iris now can cause disease.
4. Check peonies for fungus. With this much moisture we are seeing plenty.
5. If you use a grass herbicide, consider making a 2 application soon. Be sure to check the label for your area.
6. Consider a small amount of fertilizer on all of you Iris and Peonies as they have completed their bloom cycle.
The rain has hit us again and slowed us down. We received 2 3/4" of rain on Saturday and it's raining again this morning. We won't dig again until 06/19. Any order placed today will be shipped between the 24th-28th of JUNE (weather permitting).