Iris Sibirica ‘Swans in Flight’
£7.50 – £12.50
Iris Sibirica ‘Currier’ A popular choice for their upright stems along with the tall slender grass-like foliage. The stems carry two to five vibrant flowers during the months of June and July. They can cope with most soil types from heavy to light but can not cope with soil that is waterlogged. A moist but free draining soil is preferred with a sunny location.
Grade 1 Bare roots supplied.
3 Bare Roots, 6 Bare Roots
Plant: March 8 -10 cm. Spacing 30 cm. Flowers June – July. Height 80 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Plant on receipt, soak the roots in water for an couple of hours. Although these plants prefer a moist growing area and are happy in most types of soil, heavy to light, they can not cope with water-logged soil. A sunny location is preferred but can also be grown in dappled shade.
Propagation: Divide Rhizomes in late summer early autumn and replant.