The two major requirements for successfully growing
all classes of bearded iris are full sun and good drainage. The plants
grow well in almost any good garden soil, but are less susceptible to
disease, such as root rot, in soils of only moderate fertility.
Extremely heavy, rich soils tend to produce soft growth. This increases
problems with root rot, the most serious problem with iris.
Iris should not be crowded by other plants that
over-shadow or mat closely about root and foliage. Keep iris free of
weeds by practicing clean, shallow cultivation. Free air movement in and
about iris plants is the best insurance against foliage diseases.
for planting in borders, beds and foundation plantings.
Versicolor Water Iris
The Water Iris Blue Flag 'Versicolor', a spring water
planted tuber, produces beautiful Bluish Purple flowers . Water Irises
have attractive bladelike foilage. Water Irises usally live in water
that is rich in oxygen and receives a lot of sunlight.
Iris - Ann Chowning
The Iris ŠAnn ChowningĂ has intense velvety red flowers with deep yellow signals. With a velvety texture and beautiful evergreen foliage, it has a plant height of 36÷ and a width of 18-24÷. Blooming from spring into summer, ŠAnn ChowningĂ would be...Read More
Iris - Butter and Sugar
The Iris ŠButter and SugarĂ, Iris siberica, has creamy white butter-yellow flowers with greenish yellow veins. Blooming from late spring into summer, it has a plant height of 28÷ and a spread of 18-24÷. Iris ŠButter and SugarĂ is one of the most...Read More
Iris - Caesars Brother
The Iris ŠCaesar's BrotherĂ, Iris siberica, has rich, deep intense blue flowers with slightly bluish-green leaves. Blooming from late spring into summer, it has a plant height of 36÷ and a spread of 18-24÷. Iris ŠCaesar's BrotherĂ is one of the...Read More
Iris - Black Gamecock
The Iris ŠBlack GamecockĂ has intense blue-black 4÷ blooms accented with a band of yellow. With a velvety texture and beautiful evergreen foliage, it has a plant height of 5Ă and a width of 18-24÷. Blooming from spring into summer, ŠBlack Gamecock...Read More