Flowers:  June-July.  Plant in sun or part shade.  HxS  75x60cm

Synonym: Iris louisiana ‘Black Gamecock’.  A North American native hybrid which absolutely flourishes in wet soils or as a pond marginal in standing water.  The giant near-black blooms (fully open are 10cm/4in across) appear in early summer and return effortlessly year after year.  It is by far the most vigorous Louisiana Iris ever grown.  It is particularly effective as a marginal, in a waterside planting, the middle of a border, or naturalized in a meadow or woodland setting.

Care & Maintenance.

An easy plant to grow.  Tidy old foliage in spring and divide after 4-5 years to maintain vigour.  Plant the rhizomes shallowly. * CAUTION. Poisonous if ingested.

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