Blue Flag Iris

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Blue Flag Iris, Iris Versicolor is a Medium Rate Growing Perennial

It is commonly found running along marshes, stream banks, and lakeshores. These flowers are known for their bold, colorful violet-blue flowers deeply veined sword-like leaves. The flowers themselves are two to three inches tall, with white markings by the base. Blue Flag Iris can grow up to three feet tall and two feet wide. They do best in moist, wet, well-drained soil. This plant prefers partial shade for maximum growth. They are often used as a focal point in a small pond as the color and height will draw your eye to the lake or garden where planted. They have the bonus of attracting hummingbirds and are largely deer resistant. Landscapers use these bold-color plants to add pops of color to any landscape project.

The Blue Flag Iris grows in zones two to seven comfortably. It would help if you planted your Blue Flag Iris plants 10 to 12 inches apart for the best results to give them room to spread out for the best results possible. This perennial grows at a medium rate, with an average span of 10 years; The plant’s flowers make the perfect addition to a cut flower bouquet; These plants require little maintenance. They should be cut back in the fall to ensure healthy growth in the spring and make sure they have moist soil. The Blue Flag Iris blooms in late spring and continues to thrive into mid-summer. Blue Flag Iris is a gorgeous addition to any garden or project. They are suitable for beginners as they are easy to care for and maintain.


Blue Flag Iris, Iris Versicolor is a Gorgeous Addition to any Garden or Project

 Blue Flag Iris is here to sweep up your blue days! 

 Blue Flag Iris is the most suitable flower to give you a sunny day in your life. You can call it Blue Flag Iris or Iris Versicolor. These perennial flowers are so confident to show themselves to people as they can be found easily on the stream banks, marshes, or lakeshores. Although the name contains the word 'blue,' the flower is made by combining blue and violet as the main star and white as the base, and yellow as the color for its sepal. Due to its beauty and elegance, it will be a wise idea to choose these sword-leaved flowers to beautify your garden.

 As it is categorized as perennial flowers, you may wonder how long it can be adorned in your garden. Fortunately, you can keep these flowers for a very long duration, around ten years. It is such a long time to live with you and your lovely garden; by continuing its journey to be in your favorite garden spot, it can grow up to three feet tall and two feet wide. Nevertheless, happiness is not stopping there. The Blue Flag Iris has the natural ability to attract hummingbirds. Imagine witnessing the fantastic scene in your garden: beautiful flowers, hummingbirds, what a perfect combination.

 Before you decide to plant Blue Flag Iris in your garden, you must pay attention to your living zone. As long as you can provide a two to seven zone for the flowers, then they will bloom when the time comes. A tip to get a proportional and best result of the Blue Flag Iris mini field in your garden: plant the flowers with some distance from one to another. By giving them a distance of 10 to 12 inches apart, the Blue Flag Iris will bloom perfectly.

 Please don't be scared of complicated maintenance for those who want to plant Blue Flag Iris. If you might be a beginner when it comes to growing flowers, these perennial flowers choose to be by your side. However, still, you must put your guard on several points. Since the flowers bloom in late spring, you must remember to cut them back in fall so that Blue Flag Iris will bloom back healthily in the next period. 

 Do remember, too, the moisture of the soil is playing an important role here. Blue Flag Iris can live well in moist, wet, and well-drained soil. You can plant this flower under the sun; however, planting it in partial shade is highly recommended since we want the perfect growth for our flowers.

 Talking about Blue Flag Iris, you will experience the never-ending talk about it. The beauty, the elegance, the way you preserve it like a diamond, and so on. There will be countless topics to share. Considering the way of planting the flower, you can start to buy the seeds or the flowers anytime and put them on the soil immediately. Let it show you how pretty the spring is inside your lovely garden.           


 Best Time to Bloom: Late spring

 Light:  Partial shade is preferable

 Water: As much as it can make the soil moist or well-drained

 Soil:    Moist, wet, well-drained 

 Zone: 2-7

 Sun Exposure:   Partial Shade

 Ship As: Bareroot


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Blue Flag Iris - Iris versicolor Hardy Planting Zones- 3-9 Sun or Shade ??Full Sun or Part Shade Mature Height - 24"-30" Mature Width- 24"-30" Bloom Season ??May to June Gardener Status- Beginner
Planting Zones 2-7
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3 Reviews

  • 4
    Blue Flag Iris

    I had this planted in the sides of my mini pond and excited to see it bloom in spring. It has been thriving well lately.

  • 5

    This plant is beautiful for all my garden needs. My family loves looking at the dark blue colors in the summer.

  • 4
    Blue Flag Iris

    I just received and planted these two or three days ago. Since I haven’t had a chance to evaluate them over the course of a season, I can’t say how they will perform and that is why I gave them 4 instead of 5 stars. But they arrived healthy and exactly as I expected based on the website.

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