Bearded Iris make garden styling a breeze. They offer a rainbow of options to effectively couple and accentuate the existing colours in your patch.
Bearded Iris are easy care and will bring plenty of colour to your beds. Their late spring show bridges the gap between the spring and summer blooms and the spectacular flowers are in colour for around a month, with spot flowers year round. Bearded Iris even make good cut flowers. Bearded Iris make garden styling a breeze. They offer a rainbow of options to effectively couple and accentuate the existing colours in your patch.
The sword like foliage of Bearded Iris opens in a fan shape. It stands tall and is a handsome feature year round. They are semi evergreen, so in cool climates, when the leaves start to look a little lack lustre in winter, you just cut them back to around 10cm and they will soon re-shoot. In more mild climates the foliage remains attractive without fuss.
Bearded Iris are easy to grow rhizomes that are well suited to a variety of Australian conditions. They will thrive in any well drained soil in a sunny position, and while they tend to flower better with a touch of frost, they have been known to grow as far north as Queensland. Bearded Iris thrive where there are cool winters, so Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and parts of NSW, WA and Qld.
Bearded Iris petals exude a liquid that refract light as perfect prisms so the word iridescent perfectly describes the way they glow in the garden.
‘Big on Style’ Bearded Iris Collection, one of each variety separately labelled. Includes Black As, Carved Cameo, Flaming Star, Palace Symphony and Jamaican Me Crazy.
Bearded Iris ‘Big On Style’ Collection Valued at $77.50, SAVE $5.00.
Cool to Sub-Tropical