Solid colors or stripes, streaks and stipples on standards and falls. Soft subtle apricot and pinks, bright bold orange, velvety ruby and purples, bold beautiful blues. Multiple 3–6" blooms on each flower stalk. Strong sword-shaped foliage. Beards are soft hairs protruding up from the crest of each fall, often in contrasting colors. Blooming begins in the first real heat of late May or early June. Plant rhizomes horizontally, less than 1" deep, in clusters with new growth facing outward.
Plant in full sun, in light limey well-drained soil. May take a year to establish before blooming. Vigorous plants, so give them room to spread. Clumps need dividing every 4–5 years. Z4. (3" plug stock)
Note: Selection of the variety and color of iris will be randomly chosen from the mix displayed in the photo at our discretion, based on availability. Size A is one plant; Size B is three plants.
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