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Iris siberica (Siberian Iris)
Create a colorful, unique floral display, plan on adding plenty of Siberian Iris to the design. Siberian Iris come in a wide range of color combinations and mixtures, but one thing remains the same no matter which varieties you choose. They all produce gorgeous blooms with an exotic look that will have visitors oohing and aahing over them. Plant in groups of three or more for lush displays near an entryway or in a cutting garden. Siberian Iris are quite at home near the water and make fantastic additions to pondside areas or along a creek or brook. Choose one of our single varieties or a mixture of several colors.
Planting Siberian Irises
Plant Siberian irises in neutral to slightly acidic soil enriched with moisture-retentive humus in full sun to lightly dappled shade. Space the iris rhizomes 36" apart. Water deeply in periods of drought. Divide in late summer or fall when clumps become crowded. Siberian Irises grow 36-42" tall, bloom June-July, and are hardy in zones 3-9.
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