Show off the collection of iris in rows in the garden or hedge formation, or plant with other blooming perennials where pollinators and nutrients can be shared.
Iris germanica 'Guilt Free Sample'
Tips for Homeowners:
Dividing plants will help to encourage blooming and should be done every 3-4 years.
Rate this Plant:
The blooms of the Bearded Iris are spectacular and cheerful additions to the garden and to spring bouquets.
- Tall, mid to late bloomer
- Peach, pink and white flowers
- Easy to grow
Interesting Notes about Bearded Iris:
German or Bearded Iris are categorized according to their bloom time in relation to the height of the plant. Short iris bloom first (early), intermediate iris bloom a little later (mid-season) and tall bloom last, generally ending by mid-June (late). There are exceptions so it is recommended to plant samples of each to extend the season of color. There are also reblooming varieties that will bloom in summer and later in the fall.
Characteristics & Attributes
- Mass Planting
- Border or Bed
- Spring Bloomer
- Cut Flower/ Foliage
- Low Maintenance
- Full Sun
- Partial Sun
- Deer Resistant
Season of Interest (Flowering):
- Average Water