The Dwarf Crested Iris is a beautiful flowering plant that will help make a statement in your landscape.
The dwarf crested iris is an herbaceous perennial that is hardy in Zones 3-9. It prefers full sun to partial shade and reaches a height of about eight inches. This iris requires loamy, moist soil. It spreads vigorously, making an excellent ground cover. The blooms range from light blue to lavender on short stems with green sword-like, deer-resistant leaves. It grows to be anywhere from six to ten inches tall. The flowers on this plant will appear from early spring to the hot part of the summer. This flower will need moist soil conditions and full sunlight to reach its potential. You can purchase this herb in a variety of colors to suit your needs, and they look outstanding when several are in bloom.
These are beautiful flowers as they grow and looks very good when planted in flower gardens and natural areas.
They are much smaller than the regular iris flower but still packs a lot of punch when it comes to color. The colors of these little flowers are stunning as they bloom. They supply a gorgeous purple or lavender color and brighten all garden areas up. These plants do great when planted in climate zones four through eight and are also called Iris Cristata. They usually bloom during April through June. These plants are easily grown and do not take any special care. They have long green slender leaves and once the flower blooms and dies out the leaves and stems can be trimmed back so they can get ready to grow and bloom the next spring season. They grow to become very thick and can be divided, and extra ones can be planted in other gardens on a lawn. These are great additions to gardens and other areas.
Dwarf Crested Iris Ships As – Bareroot Plant