Beautiful hardy Irises have glorious exotic looking blooms on tall elegant stems
Our assortment of Dutch Iris Flower Bulbs are supplied direct from the bulb fields of Holland, 100% Guaranteed, Quick Delivery.
Dutch Irises are hybrids of I.xiphium and I. tingitana. Dutch Iris bulbs usually bears one flowering stem which produces two blooms that open in succession. Dutch irises flower in spring. They are great value, leave them alone and they happily naturalise in drifts year after year, they're easy to grow in well-drained soil and full sun.
These fantastic bulbous perennials have glorious exotic looking blooms and lance shaped foliage on tall elegant stems. Dutch Irises oversized elegant flowers produce a heavenly scent that's sure to please for weeks on end.
Dutch Irises are excellent for cutting. Check out our large Dutch iris assortment and plant them now for years of blooms.
How to plant Dutch Iris
Dutch iris bulbs are frost prone and must be well drained. Plant them at a depth of 6 - 8 cm (3 Inch). The broad bottom should be pressed into the fine loosened up soil of the planting site, the smaller tip must point upwards. Break up the topsoil into finer soil (remove clumps) and replace the soil gradually over the planted Iris bulbs. Have a thick layer of mulch on top of the planting area, water well. Fertilise in early spring with some organic fertiliser on top when the sprouts become visual. Remove the plants after flowering most of them will not re bloom