Siberian Iris are prolific and an easy to grow perennial in an array of conditions. The spectacular flowers come in a range of colors with intricate markings and excellent form. The strong and upright stems create a mesmerizing summer display, especially when planted alongside ponds. If you have not yet tried these remarkable blooms, they are not one to be missed this summer.
How to Plant
- Soak the bare roots in water overnight before planting.
- Find a sunny spot with moist soil (not soggy).
- Dig holes 3-5" inches deep and 12-15" inches apart.
- Tuck the bare roots in with the roots slightly fanned out, pointing downwards.
- The roots should be 1" inch below the soil level.
- Cover and pat the soil down firmly.
- Add mulch after planting to retain moisture.
- Water thoroughly to settle the roots in the soil.
How to Care
- Keep your plants well-watered - 1-1.5" water per week.
- Leave foliage in place after blooming.
- Remove any dry foliage.