Siberian Iris. Unusual flowers, with a mixture of shades of deep purple, yellow, violet and sky blue, in late spring, over clumps of narrow, grass-like leaves. Sun, moist soil. H:80cm.
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Siberian flag iris, Iris sibirica, produces small, delicate flowers and narrow, bright green foliage. Flower petals are purple with white and yellow markings. It makes an excellent cut flower. Advertisement. For best results grow Iris sibirica in moist soil, or next to water such as at the edge of a pond, in full sun. Divide clumps from midsummer to early autumn. How to grow Iris sibirica.High quality Iris gifts and merchandise. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours.Buy iris Iris 'Black Joker' Click here for the latest information on COVID-19. This unusual and stunning new Siberian iris has lavender-blue stigma flaps, with violet purple and gold standards and falls that together create a very exotic looking flower. Held above narrow strap-like foliage, this vigorous hardy clump forming iris will look fabulous planted in the border, or naturalising.
For a dark and dramatic floral display near water gardens and stream beds, consider adding Black Joker to the mix. This striking Siberian Iris features velvety, deep purple falls trimmed in rich gold below lively lavender-blue standards highlighted with vivid yellow.Read More
An alluring combination of colors. Dark purple falls are edged with gold while the standards are lavender with yellow highlights. Bluish-lavender style arms add a little something extra special. Compact plants grow just 20 inches tall. Blooms mid to late spring.Read More
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Black Joker Siberian Iris Description: Dark and exotic blooms for a one-of-a-kind display. Give Black Joker pride of place in your early summer garden and be amazed at how well the colours stand out. A truly unique palette features deep purple falls trimmed in gold-topped lavender standards highlighted with sunny yellow. It makes a wonderful (and fragrant) seasonal bouquet to be enjoyed.Read More
Peacock Butterfly Siberian Iris Mixture Description: Exotic-looking blooms in a mix of unusual colours. Though Siberian iris are easy to grow in most of North America, they have a lovely, exotic quality that makes them prized for cut-flower arrangements, border plantings and water-garden accents. This gorgeous mix features striking blooms in several hues that are highly unusual for iris.Read More
Siberian Iris Hardy Iris for the beginning of the bloom season. Spreading into drifts, the white and purple shades complement the yellow shades of the early daylilies. The fine fibrous roots of the Siberian Iris are obvious in this picture. As the roots are so fine. When transplanting, care must be taken to prevent the roots from drying out. Leaving them in a bucket of water for shorts periods.Read More
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Iris siberica 'Uncorked' features periwinkle blue standards with falls that have bright yellow centers and smokey gray-blue edges. Grass-like foliage looks attractive in the garden all season. The Peacock Butterfly series was selected for its unusual flower color and heavy bloom. Siberian Iris Growing and Maintenance Tips: Plants grow best in moist soil but also tolerates drier soil. Height.Read More