Iris Aureo Variegata

Iris  EYE-ris

Few gardens would be complete without some representation of Iris. Grassy, sword-shaped leaves forming clumps. Most prefer a rich, well-drained soil with plenty of water during flowering. The flowers have six petals, three upright petals (called standards) and three hanging petals (called falls). A fuzzy line or beard runs down the middle of each fall.

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pallida ‘Aureo-Variegata’:  

                              Zone 4                                   Height:  24”/Spread: 18                      Bloom Time:  May-June

Rich 4” lavender-blue flowers top 32” vertical gold and green blades in early summer. Very fragrant.

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