Iris sibirica 'Oban' is a vigorous grower that can reach 1 metre in height and has broad blue-green leaves. Produces abundant dark violet flowers in May-June.
Landscaping use: perennial cottage garden bed.
Cultivation: Iris sibirica appreciates full sun, good garden soil that is damp, but not sodden. Add organic compost when planting and follow up with a thick mulch.
Propagation: divide the rhizomes in August-September.
- 12 cm pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 6-10
- Height: 70 to 100cm
- Plant spacing: 60 cm
- Flower colour: purple
- Flowering period: spring flowers
Synonym: Iris laevigata 'Roy Davidson'from £4.69
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
A semi-double Siberian Iris which flowers in late spring or early summer.from £3.99
A miniature plant for the rockery. The yellow form.£2.99
Flowers in the winter...£5.29