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Special offering of Japanese irises

John Lewis Childs (Firm)

Special offering of Japanese irises

wholesale fall 1926 spring 1927

by John Lewis Childs (Firm)

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Published by John Lewis Childs, Inc. in Flowerfield, L.I., N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irises (Plants),
  • Catalogs,
  • John Lewis Childs (Firm),
  • Seeds,
  • Nurseries (Horticulture),
  • Flowers

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementJohn Lewis Childs, Flowerfield, L.I., N.Y.
    ContributionsHenry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25592776M
    OCLC/WorldCa854852941

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    Outdoor Beds Find a location where the soil has an average amount of moisture, or in warmer areas it can even be a bit wet like on the edge of a pond. Japanese irises like soil that has generous amounts of humus and nutrients, so add some compost, decomposed manure or leaf mold if . Make Offer - 6 Tall Bearded Iris Rhizomes -STELLAR LIGHTS - Perennial plants freshly dug Make Offer - 3 Bulbs of Wonder Japanese Iris, Bulb, Root, Rhizome, Plant, Perennial. Lot of 4 Gorgeous WHITE TALL bearded iris rhizome rhizomes tuber bulb corm. $ +$ shipping.


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Special offering of Japanese irises by John Lewis Childs (Firm) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Special Offer for The Japanese Iris, a wonderful book edited by Currier McEwen for The Society for Japanese Irises. A brief history of the plant, how to grow, with many beautiful full color plates. Special offering of Japanese irises book must for any grower of Japanese irises.

The book is very informative on J. Irises about its oirigin, history, cultivation and lastly how to care for J irises. I would recommend this book to all lovers. McEwan is an outstanding hybridizers on this subject --a great book to read. What was very inresting reading is the diseases of Jap.

by: 6. All collection plants are named varieties and labeled. THE JAPANESE IRIS. Edited by Currier McEwen for the Society of Japanese Irises. A Brandeis University book. pages. 32 color photos. 7" x 10". Published at $ The first definitive book in English on history and cultivation, The Japanese Iris incorporates the year history of breeding in Japan and the experience of US hybridizers from East.

Japanese and Siberian irises can also be divided in summer after they bloom, but you will need to be sure to keep the new plants watered during dry spells.

In areas where it will be consistently over 90˚F, wait until autumn or spring. An international authority on irises offers the first definitive book in English on the history and cultivation of the Japanese iris. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review.

The rolls of SJI include outstanding iris specialists, gardening experts and horticulturists with interests in many kinds of ornamentals, but the Society is primarily for the amateur gardener who enjoys growing Japanese irises. SJI Membership brings you An informative culture sheet, free to new members, on raising Japanese irises.

A recent visit to the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia, coincided with peak bloom of its wonderful collection of Japanese irises (Iris ensata, Zones 3–9).Unlike their more popular cousins, the bearded irises, which are best suited to well-drained soils, Japanese irises grow happily in anything from moist garden soil to shallow standing water.

Japanese iris care will include the division of the rhizomes every three to four years. Crowded plants tend to offer fewer blooms. Division keeps growing Japanese iris plants in optimum condition to provide the best possible bloom in summer. After division, consider placing a few rhizomes in pots to live in your water feature or pond.

The blossoms on Japanese iris offer shades of purple, white, lavender, rose and violet-red. The blooms feature traditional iris flower characteristics, such as upright standard petals in the center and dangling falls petals beneath. In Japanese iris, though, the standard. Perhaps no other iris is as influenced by good culture as Japanese iris, properly known as Iris ensata.

Demanding in their needs but if met they will reward you with tall robust plants and larger blooms. Hardy in zones Planting: Newly received plants that are bare root should be soaked in cool water for Continue reading Japanese Iris Culture and Care.

On bearded iris the falls have a fuzzy growth near the throat of the flower which is the beard. Other iris, such as Siberian iris and Japanese iris. Jun 1, - Explore Faye LeGros's board "Japanese Irises" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Japanese iris, Iris, Planting flowers pins.

- Explore Lynn Morrison's board "Iris line drawings" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Iris, Drawings, Iris flowers pins. Native to Japan, Japanese Irises (Iris ensata) are among the most elegant and breathtaking Irises.

More refined and less conspicuous than the Tall Bearded Irises, these Beardless Irises enjoy huge orchid-like flowers that are a delight to gaze at. Usually ruffled and flat in form, they rise on erect, sturdy stems atop a dense clump of sword-shaped, linear green leaves, up to 24 in.

long (60 cm. Since there are many types of iris plants you can grow in the garden, it helps to arm yourself with the best possible iris growing tips.

That’s where we come in. The East Tennessee Iris Society purchased $ worth of Japanese iris from Ensata Gardens last year. The plants were distributed among the members. About half the plants died right after they were planted, only 10% of the order survived to bloom this year.

To learn more about the Iris Wiki site, visit Welcome Info. To learn more about what TWiki is and how it works, visit the TWiki web. Registration - get a user login. WebRss, WebAtom - RSS and ATOM news feeds of topic changes. Iris is a genus of – species of flowering plants with showy takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, which is also the name for the Greek goddess of the rainbow, authors state that the name refers to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species.

As well as being the scientific name, iris is also widely used as a common name for all Iris. Iris laevigata, known as Japanese iris, rabbit-ear iris or kakitsubata (カキツバタ), is a Japanese species of iris related to other members of Iris subgenus Limniris, including other species of Japanese is found growing in shallow waters and seems to prefer marshy and still ponds although it can also be grown in damp soil if conditions are right.

In he had a special issue devoted to Fall Planting and Japanese Iris r6 - 20 Dec - by BobPries. Only offering a handful of Irises in their Bulb catalogues. Choose the first link r4 - 20 Dec - by BobPries. The term "Japanese iris" encompasses three species of Irises cultivated in gardens or growing wild in Japan: hanashōbu (Iris ensata), kakitsubata (Iris laevigata) and ayame (Iris sanguinea).Of these three species, I.

ensata is the one most commonly referred to as "Japanese iris" outside Japan. The bluish purple color of the flowers of the Japanese garden iris is an example of the.Japanese iris flowers are enormous, reaching up to 8 inches across, and are held high above the leaves.

This carefree plant blooms early in summer after most other irises are finished. With rich colours and varying textures, japanese irises add a new dimension to borders and waterside plantings.Special notes: The name iris is derived from Greek mythology where Iris was the goddess of the rainbow, therefore aptly named for its variety of flower colors.

Dutch iris was produced by Tubergen Nurseries in Holland. Japanese Iris. Japanese iris has the largest bloom of any iris and thrives in wet soil. Transplanting Irises.