Varying coloured clematis type flowers, often boldly marked. The leaves form dense clumps. It prefers moist to boggy soil. As with all iris the tubers are harmful if eaten.
Japanese Irises, Iris ensata’s flower between June – August. They are the most beautiful and elegant of all Irises, they display flowers that are a deep burgundy bloom with a yellow fleck near the centre, with short standards but wide falls, giving them a butterfly appearance when flowering en masse. Unlike their bearded cousins they thrive in rich moist soil full of nutrients, they grow well on the edge of a pond or in a moisture rich border. As with all iris the tubers are harmful if eaten.
Height: 75-100cm — Spread: 30cm — SUN — Bee friendly
Depth: Bog and moist ground
Flowering: June, July sometimes into August
Naturally grown no lights or nutrients added — 1LTR bareroot supplied