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Fully Double Flowers, Rare in Siberian Iris
Landscapers LOVE Siberian Iris — With petal-packed, pastel and jeweltone
blooms, double Siberian iris
always turn heads in the garden and
perennial border. But even before and
after flowering, their neat clumps of
decorative foliage are a professional
landscaper's dream. It's rare to find a
plant that looks so great for so long
with so little attention.
Easy to grow in zones 3–9, the versatile
Siberian iris thrives in sunny spots with
moist soil, but also adapts well to dryer
conditions and part shade. Bees and
butterflies will flock to the colourful
blooms, another bonus for modern
gardeners wanting to preserve our most
precious pollinators. Best of all, these iris
will return for years without dividing—
just plant them and enjoy.
Still growing wild in some of the world's
coldest regions, the Siberian iris is as hardy
as its name suggests. But that's just a small
part of this plant's claim to fame. Slim, grassy
foliage arrives before the flowers and stays long
after—providing months of beauty each season.
It's like getting an ornamental grass and iris in
one! Iris sibirica
These extraordinary varieties in our Double Siberian Iris Collection were chosen for their unusual double form,
staggered bloom times and stellar reputation. The result is an easy-care iris display that looks like it was done by a pro.
This collection includes one each of the following varieties:
Concord Crush: Violet-blue, fully double flowers are 12–14 cm across and
arrive midsummer on 70–80 cm stems.
See Ya Later: Violet-red, double blooms with small gold signals grow on
75–85 cm stems. These 11 cm flowers bloom late spring to
Kita-No-Seiza: Pastel purple, white-veined double flowers are 10 cm across
and arrive late spring to early summer on 60–70 cm stems.
Pink Parfait: Lavender-pink, fully double flowers are 15 cm across and
arrive midsummer on 70 cm stems.
Kabluey: Bold, dark purple-blue flowers are 15–16 cm across and
arrive mid to late spring on 70 cm stems.