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Siberian Irises (AKA Siberian Flag) is the collective name commonly used for a group of 'beardless' Irises found naturally in Turkey, Italy, Russia, China and the Himalayas. There are approximately 10 species in the group and most modern hybrids grown in gardens today are a cross between Iris sibirica and Iris sanguinea. In ancient times parts of these Irises were used in herbal recipes as a cure for ulcers and to alleviate women's problems - whatever that means! Today they are highly desirable, elegant and easy to grow rhizomatous herbaceous perennials.


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aka Siberian Flag

This easy to grow Iris forms a robust clump made up of small rhizomes. The foliage is dark green, tall and slender. In spring strong stems rise above the foliage and 'butterfly' like blooms of deep purple dance above the leaves. Will grow in sun or part shade. Likes rich acid soil. Perennial.

Siberian Iris do best in soil that does not completely dry out in summer.

 

Flower Colour: Purple
Habit: Clump forming
Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 1m x 0.6m

Iris Caesars Brother

Current Stock Height: 40/50 cm  ? 

Container: 2.5l  ? 

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aka Siberian Flag

This easy to grow Iris forms a robust clump made up of small rhizomes. The foliage is dark green, tall and slender. In spring strong stems rise above the foliage and 'butterfly' like blooms of white dance above the leaves. Will grow in sun or part shade. Likes rich acid soil. Perennial.

Siberian Iris do best in soil that does not completely dry out in summer.

 

Flower Colour: White
Habit: Clump forming
Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 1m x 0.6m

Iris Crystal Bright

Current Stock Height: 20/35 cm  ? 

Container: 2.5l  ? 

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