Reblooming Bearded Irises Collection 3 pc.
ReBlooming Iris! No longer is iris merely a short spring bloomer, because with this Reblooming Iris Collection you can expect to see gorgeous iris flowers blooming in your garden at least twice, but sometimes even three or four times a year!
|Botanical Name:||Iris germanica||Common Name:||German Bearded Reblooming Iris||Hardiness Zone:||4-10: Cold Tolerance: -25F||Sun Shade:||Full Sun to Part Shade||SKU:||R37521 / Perennial||Bloom Time:||Early spring to Late Spring (can bloom again in fall)||Cultivar:||1 each: City Lights (deep blue w/ white lights in the center), Egg Nog (golden yellow w/ white beard on the falls), and Bernice's Legacy Red||HT/WD:||24-36 in / 6-10 in||Special:||Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds; drought tolerant; deer resistant||Uses:||Elegant themed gardens, waterside plantings, sunny mixed borders, garden beds, containers that are even placed directly into fresh water pools or pond||Growing Guides:||Reblooming Bearded Irises||Ships:||bare-root||Shipping Schedule:||Zone Map|
This collection is made up of four reblooming irises that are classified as ‘remontant’ which are the best of all reblooming iris, producing two or more flushes of blooms every year. ‘Remontant’ literally translates to ‘pick me up’, which is exactly what these irises will do for you in your garden Many of the classic spring blooming irises don’t cut the mustard for us. Their short spring bloom season is often worsened by an ugly decaying of foliage that looks terrible all summer. They’re not for us. But these Reblooming Bearded Iris are everything we’ve been dreaming about. They’re the perfect height providing a wonderful second tier in the garden. They look lush all summer long. And then there’s the flowers. Each of the three varieties produces the iconic iris flower that we all love with stately upright standard petals and elegant falls. And ours are each accentuated with fuzzy beards that elevate their beauty. Our ReBlooming Irises are even more vigorous and faster growing than the non-rebloomers. This means you can expect your plants to establish themselves super fast in your garden, often fully grown by next spring.