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Iris sibirica Deep Blue

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Iris sibirica Deep Blue

Iris sibirica deep blue begins blooming after the Bearded Iris has faded but before the Japanese Iris. They pr... read more

Iris sibirica deep blue begins blooming after the Bearded Iris has faded but before the Japanese Iris. They thrive under all types of weather and are perfect for water side plants and excellent border plants. They produce rich deep blue flowers that are dependable and long-lived, making them great for cutting.

3 Plants Cutflowers Fragrant


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Iris sibirica Deep Blue - 3 plants

Iris sibirica Deep Blue - 3 plants A05143 - Iris Sibirica Deep Blue x 3

  • 3 plants ( €1,98 per piece)
  • Delivered as bare roots
  • Shipped from 01/01 - 31/05
<ul class='productinfolist'><li>3 plants (<b> €1,98 </b> per piece)</li><li>Delivered as bare roots</li><li>Available from 01/01 - 31/05</li></ul> 80 pcs.In stock

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Iris sibirica Deep Blue

Iris sibirica deep blue begins blooming after the Bearded Iris has faded but before the Japanese Iris. They thrive under all types of weather and are perfect for water side plants and excellent border plants. They produce rich deep blue flowers that are dependable and long-lived, making them great for cutting.

Details Iris sibirica Deep Blue

  • Cutflowers
  • Fragrant
  • Blooms: April - August
  • Flower colour: blue
  • Full grown: 1 Year
  • Full grown height: 75 - 100 cm
  • Full grown width: 25 - 50 cm
  • Plant location: Sun and semi shade
  • Plant depth: 10 cm
  • Plant spacing: 35 cm
  • Hardiness: -15 Celsius
  • Harmful if eaten
  • Preferred soil: Peaty Soil

How to take care of Iris Sibirica Deep Blue

Do not be alarmed by the dryness. Iris Rhizomes hate to be wet; it will not affect performance. Soak the rhizoms for a few hours prior to planting. Plant Iris Sibirica Deep Blue in a sunny position in well-drained moisture retentive soil! Pay attention to drainage in heavy clay soils, it's better to plant in raised beds.

Dig a shallow hole approx. 10 inches (25cm) in diameter or more and 4 inches (10cm) deep. Make a ridge of soil down the middle and place the rhizome on the ridge, spreading roots down both sides.

Fill the hole with soil and firm it gently. Cover the roots and rhizome with dirt, but don’t bury deeply.

Bearded irises have rhizomes (fleshy roots) that should be partially exposed, or thinly covered with soil in hot climates.

Water deeply during periods of drought! Apply fertilizer and a thin layer of compost around the base of plants each spring and again after blooming. To encourage a second bloom, cut flower stalks to the ground after the leaves have turned yellow.

Attention: Flowering may take one extra season, as Iris Sibirica Deep Blue need to get settled. Divide rhizomes every 3-5 years in late summer. Replant immediately. We recommend protecting newly planted Iris especially in areas with harsh winters but once established if you cover iris your chance of soft rot increases.

Irises need to breathe.

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