The Blue and Purple Hill Iris Mixture

New! Tetraploid Hill Iris grow taller and yield larger flowers on stronger stems than their Rock Garden brethren. Our new mixture is a blend of Iris reticulata Blue Hill and Purple Hill, each of which has falls accented by yellow blotches and white striations. They are also good for forcing. Bulb size: 6 cm/up. Bloom time: Early April. Horticultural zones 5-9. Plant 4” deep and 4” to 5” apart. Height: 6” to 8”.

Irises are The Art & Soul of Spring.

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Available in units of 25 with volume discount pricing.

25 bulbs $11.75
50 bulbs $22.25
100 bulbs $37.50
200 bulbs $68.75

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  • Rock Garden Iris
    These early naturalizing Rock Garden Iris have standards, the inner upright petals, and falls, the outer petals that open downward, often revealing contrasting colors on the petal's spine. Clusters of Rock Garden Iris dotted along the length of a garden border or winding path are so lovely in early spring. (They are also good for forcing: pot them up, precool them at a consistent, dark 35°F to 48°F for six to eight weeks with moderate watering. Bring them into the house~they will bloom two to four weeks later.) Bulb size: 6 cm/up. Early April. Plant 4" deep and 4" to 5" apart. HZ: 5-9. Height: 4" to 6", unless otherwise noted.
Rock Garden Iris
These early naturalizing Rock Garden Iris have standards, the inner upright petals, and falls, the outer petals that open downward, often revealing contrasting colors on the petal's spine. Clusters of Rock Garden Iris dotted along the length of a garden border or winding path are so lovely in early spring. (They are also good for forcing: pot them up, precool them at a consistent, dark 35°F to 48°F for six to eight weeks with moderate watering. Bring them into the house~they will bloom two to four weeks later.) Bulb size: 6 cm/up. Early April. Plant 4" deep and 4" to 5" apart. HZ: 5-9. Height: 4" to 6", unless otherwise noted.
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