A semi-double Siberian Iris which flowers in late spring or early summer.
Easy to grow in ordinary, lightly acid soil in the sun or slight shade. Iris sibirica 'Ruffled Velvet' can grow in poor soils and cope with passing drought. Divide every four years.
For beds and pondsides. Easy to grow in containers combined with other perennials.
Height: 60 cm. Planting distance: 60 cm.
- 12 cm pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 7-10
- Height: 50 to 70cm
- Plant spacing: 40 cm
- Flower colour: purple
- Flowering period: spring flowers
Black Iris !£5.29
Produces giant, 15 cm diameter flowers, as velvety as can be£5.29
One of the first to flower£4.29
A miniature plant for the rockery. A purple variety£3.49
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First introduced in 1967 this dwarf rhizomatous iris produces abundant red-purple flowers£3.99
Blue veined flowers at the end of spring.£3.99
A soft contrast between the white sepals and cream petals£3.99
Abundant dark violet flowers in May-June£3.99
A miniature plant for the rockery. The yellow form.£2.99
Flowers in the winter...£5.29
Two in one! Sublime foliage in spring and elegant summer flowers£5.29