Iris pal. Albo-variegata

$16.95

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Iris pallida ‘Albo-variegata’ also known as ‘Argentea Variegata’ is a very old garden plant, still as popular as ever. It forms a low clump of striped sword-like leaves emerging creamy yellow and turning silvery-white as the season progresses. Grey-green stripes run lengthwise, remaining nearly evergreen in mild winter regions.  Excellent for cutting. Plants must have excellent drainage, particularly in hot, humid summer regions or areas with wet winters. Clumps may be easily divided every 3 to 4 years in late summer, exactly as you would treat a Bearded Iris. Do not plant deep (roots/rhizome just below soil level) and smell like grape Kool- Aid.   Zone 4

Attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds
Rabbit and Deer resistant
Fragrant
Full sun   Blooms late May-July
Height: 60cm(24″)

 

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