Bearded Iris Stopped Blooming

I have 100 bearded iris that have bloomed profusely for six years, even our heavy California clay soil didn't bother them. But the past couple years they get foliage, but no flowers or flower buds. I separated them and replanted a large number of them in "virgin soil", but they still won't flower. Any suggestions?

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June 21, 20110 found this helpful

They are crowded and need to be pulled up in August or September and divided. You can share individual tubers or fans with friends. Just don't plant them to deep or they may rot.

You are welcome to send some of the extras to me. lol

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