Iris

Iris Plants
Plant Type
Sunlight Amount
Dwarf wild iris
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Dwarf wild iris

Iris Plants

Just when you think winter is never going end, the cheery blue and yellow flowers of Iris reticulata ‘Harmony’ burst into bloom. This flowers from this easy-care bulb may be short, but they're big on bold color, especially when planted in large groupings in a rock or woodland garden. Like other bulbs, Iris reticulata ‘Harmony’ requires full sun (at least six hours a day) and well-drained soil. Plant the spring-blooming bulbs in autumn, placing them 4 inches deep in the soil. Over time, Iris reticulata ‘Harmony’ will spread, slowly carpeting your garden with color. After the flowers fade, leave the foliage alone until it dries and disappears on its own.

genus name
  • Iris reticulata
light
  • Sun
plant type
height
  • Under 6 inches
width
  • To 3 inches wide
flower color
season features
special features
zones
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
propagation

More varieties for Iris

Iris reticulata 'Harmony'

‘Alida’ iris

Iris reticulata ‘Alida’ bears soft, sky-blue flowers in late winter or early spring. It grows 8 inches tall. Zones 3-9

Reticulate iris

‘George’ iris

Iris reticulata ‘George’ offers velvety dark purple flowers in late winter or early spring. It grows 8 inches tall. Zones 3-9

Dwarf wild iris

‘Harmony’ iris

Iris reticulata ‘Harmony’ is a vigorous selection with rich blue flowers in late winter or early spring. It grows 8 inches tall. Zones 3-9

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