IRIS: Iris is a genus of between 200–300 species of flowering plants with showy flowers. It takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, referring to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species. A must have perennial, the iris tolerates wet, boggy areas and is very adaptable to a variety of soil types.
This exclusive iris, recently found at a breeder's nursery in the Netherlands, is truly unique and presents a color combination that is unexpected when Siberian iris bloom. Enjoy cinnamon-hued flowers that will spice up the predominately blue and yellow iris arrangements of the season. Planted for their early season color, Siberian iris are tall, with grass like leaves that stay vivid green and lovely all season, and they have long stems and delicate flowers on a no-fuss growth habit that tolerates moist places. Their colorful, undulating falls dance in the breeze, bringing movement and beauty to the garden. Add copper-colored flare to your late spring to early summer border and arrangements. Iris siberica 'Paprikash'
Mature Height: 36"
Enjoy cinnamon-hued flowers that will spice up the predominately blue and yellow