Flowers: May-June. Plant in sun or light shade. HxS 80x45cm
This is a double flowered Siberian iris. The neat, strap-like green foliage appears in early spring, whilst the flower buds develop, opening in May and flowering until early July. The striking double flowers with their blue-violet petals have a tendency to curl a little. The falls are splashed with cream and have paler violet centres. A robust hardy perennial, it will thrive in both marshy and dry soils, but grows best in a soil that does not dry out in early summer. Organically grown in peat free compost.
Care & Maintenance.
Remove spent flowers to promote more. This plant cuts well for a vase. Tidy in spring and propagate by division. Plant the divisions shallowly with the rhizome on the surface.SKU: IRISCC
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