Iris pseudacorus X Chance Beauty
Forty (40) fresh autumn 2019 collected seeds packed into glassine envelopes. The seed parent plants are home bred Iris from Iris pseudata 'Chance Beauty'. This strain produces tall strong growing Iris with large yellow flowers in great numbers that are completely hardy and reliable perennials. Iris seeds require a period of cold (stratification) to break the natural seed dormancy and begin the germination process. This can be easily achieved by sowing seed from late summer to early winter and leaving in a cold frame or cold greenhouse to overwinter and germinate naturally in spring as temperatures rise. Alternatively the seeds can be stratified in the salad drawer of fridge for 6-8 weeks prior to sowing. Detailed instructions for both techniques are included. We prefer to autumn sow and leave the seeds to it!