A native perennial the beautiful beardless meadow iris - Iris sibirica
The beardless meadow iris is a native perennial that immediately catches the eye. Its üppige, deep purple flowers, each with darker, ruffled petals, usually appear from May to June. The Iris sibirica grows like a cup and enchants with its slender linear leaves. The beardless meadow iris is a summer-green plant with medium-sized leaves. The combination of purple flowers and medium-sized leaves makes the Iris sibirica a real eye-catcher in any garden. The beardless meadow iris is also very popular as a cut flower in a vase, making it an excellent gift for a garden party invitation.
The ideal location for the Beardless Iris in the garden
Give this iris room to spread and plant them in spacious areas if space allows. They look wonderful planted as a pond border, for example, but equally so if given a place in a mixed or herbaceous border. When planted as a single plant, the purple flowers of the Beardless Iris make a great splash of colour in the garden. In a perfect location for the beardless meadow iris, it will grow to between 60 and 100 cm tall. The Iris sibirica grows upright and is rhizome-forming.
These are the requirements of the Iris sibirica for its environment
Plant the Iris sibirica in fresh, humusy and sandy soil and do not let it dry out. Especially when the Iris sibirica has become established. If you plant the Beardless Iris in a box, it needs to be divided and repotted every few years in spring. It is best planted in a sunny spot, but will also thrive in partial shade. The most suitable neighbours in the bed are roses such as the Großblumige Rosa Peace or the beautiful intragarten.de/genuine-lavender">Lavender angustifolia The beardless meadow iris should only be cut back in spring, as the dead parts of the plant serve as winter protection. The beardless meadow iris is very hardy and copes excellently with very low temperatures.
For a group planting you need 6-7 plants per m²
The plants are pot-grown, so you can use them all year round.
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