DUTCH IRIS MIXED
Iris x hollandica
A fantastic mix of all our varieties. Dutch Iris are easy to grow with very low maintenance. They can be left in the ground for continual year after year flowering. But don't just enjoy these outside they also make a wonderful cut flower for a fabulous display inside. They prefer a full sun position in well drained soil. Late spring flowering.
Supplied as dormant bulbs.
- Frost tolerant once established
- Suitable for areas with full sun
- Ideal in pots or containers
- Suitable to cut for vases
- Plant 10cm apart
- Grows to 50-70cm high
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Common Name: DUTCH IRIS
Botanical Name: Iris x hollandica
Family Name: Iridaceae
Plant Type: Bulb
Size: 50-70cm H x 10cm W
Planting Time: Autumn
Planting Width: 10cm Depth: 10cm
Positioning: Full sun with some protection from wind
General Information: Suitable to all climates except tropical. Grows best in cool to cold climates but does tolerate warmer areas.
Watering: Water well after planting but don’t water again until foliage emerges. Give thorough weekly watering during growth and flowering, but once it starts to die down stop watering.
Fertilising: If the soil has been well prepared fertilising isn’t necessary. If soil is of poor quality blood and bone can be applied after leaves begin to emerge.
Soil: Well drained soil.
Lifting & Storage: Bulbs may be left undisturbed for years. If lifting bulbs do so once the foliage has died down completely and store in a warm and airy position.
Pests: Watch for aphids and spray with insecticide if necessary.
Tips: Dutch Iris rot easily if over watered or if soil is poorly drained.