Iris germanica

German Irises produce multiple, huge flowers on forked stems held above the silver-grey foliage. They are included in a group called "bearded" irises. The "beards" are the hairs on the the "falls". "Falls" are the three drooping sepals located under the upright petals.


Bearded irises require full sun, and prefer dry conditions during the summer after flowering is completed. German irises generally do well in climate zones 3-9.


To learn more, read our article, The Rainbow Of Irises.

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