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(Bennerup Blue Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Few hardy perennials are as widely adaptable as Siberian iris with its spectacular flowers and upright clumping form. The cultivar ‘Bennerup Blue’ puts forth numerous cobalt-blue blooms atop slender, two foot tall stems. The vivid blossoms combine beautifully with other cool-toned perennials of late spring and early summer.

The parent species of Siberian iris is native from Central Europe through to Russia where it grows in a wide range of conditions from wet water's edge to well drained rocky...

(Blue King Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian Iris is a popular and attractive perennial that is native from regions in central Europe through to Russia. It is an adaptable herbaceous plant that develops substantial tall clumps of linear blade-like green foliage. In early summer it displays many beardless iris flowers that appear on tall stems. These may be white, purple, or violet-blue.

Siberian iris grows best in sunny locations and fertile soil with average drainage, but tolerates slight waterlogging. It is quite cold tolerant...

(Blue Pennant Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

The blooms of Siberian iris ‘Blue Pennant’ are a study in many shades of dusky blue. The inner petals of its three-part flowers are light blue, the outer ones a deep violet-blue, forming a unique two-tone effect. Bright yellow spots accent the bases of the falls.

The parent species of Siberian iris is native from Central Europe through to Russia where it grows in a wide range of conditions from wet water's edge to well drained rocky hillsides. This versatility makes these tough perennials adaptable...

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Bosh Bruening

(Butter and Sugar Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

The inner petals of Siberian iris 'Butter and Sugar' are creamy white, the outer ones a pale yellow, giving this lovely iris a soft, buttery glow in the garden.

The parent species of Siberian iris is native from Central Europe through to Russia where it grows in a wide range of conditions from wet water's edge to well drained rocky hillsides. This versatility makes these tough perennials adaptable to a wide range of conditions. The linear, almost grass-like, green foliage of Siberian iris remains...

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Jessie Keith

(Caesar's Brother Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Caesar's Brother Siberian iris is a popular and attractive perennial that originates from regions in Central Europe through to Russia. It is an adaptable plant that develops substantial tall clumps of linear blade-like, green foliage. In early summer it puts forth many beardless iris flowers that appear on tall stems. These are a dark, velvety violet-blue. Siberian iris prefers sunny locations and fertile soil with average drainage. It is quite cold tolerant and slowly spreads, so clumps should be...

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Jesse Saylor

(Charming Darlene Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian Iris is a popular and attractive perennial that is native from regions in central Europe through to Russia. It is an adaptable herbaceous plant that develops substantial tall clumps of linear blade-like green foliage. In early summer it displays many beardless iris flowers that appear on tall stems. These may be white, purple, or violet-blue.

Siberian iris grows best in sunny locations and fertile soil with average drainage, but tolerates slight waterlogging. It is quite cold tolerant...

(Chartreusse Bounty Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The flowers of the cultivar 'Chartreuse Bounty' have soft greenish yellow, arching outer petals (falls) and white, upright inner petals (standards). They bloom in late spring on tall sturdy stems. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. As their name...

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James Burghardt

(Coronation Anthem Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The flowers of the cultivar 'Coronation Anthem' are rich blue, with white and yellow patches at the bases of their spreading lower petals (falls). They bloom in late spring on tall sturdy stems. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. As their name suggests,...

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James H. Schutte

(Dance Ballerina Dance Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The flowers of the cultivar 'Dance Ballerina Dance' have white, upright inner petals (standards) and lavender-pink, arching outer petals (falls) with gold and white bases. They bloom in late spring on sturdy compact stems. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained...

(Dark Circle Siberian Iris, Siberian Iris)

Siberian irises are hybrids or selections of Iris sibirica, a tall, rhizomatous, beardless iris native from central Europe to Turkey and Russia. The cultivar 'Dark Circle' bears velvety, ruffled, deep blue-purple flowers in late spring on sturdy compact stems. The clumps of grass-like green foliage are also attractive.

Siberian irises do best in sunny locations and moist, fertile, well-drained soil. As their name suggests, they are very cold-hardy. Divide the dense clumps every three years or...