Iris ensata, the Japanese Iris is the latest of the beardless Iris to flower and great for extending the Iris flowering season in the garden.
Ours normally begin flowering in early July after the Siberians have finished continuing until the beginning of August.
Often mis-sold as a pond plant Iris ensata will not tolerate having their crowns constantly underwater and are best grown either in garden borders or in the shallowest pond margins over summer months only and moved to drier conditions for winter months.
Mixed colours ranging from deep blue violet to pale lavender and red violet and images used are our own I. ensata.
The price is per rhizome division and plants will be sent bare rooted with a growing guide.