• Immortality Reblooming Bearded Iris - 85123
  • Immortality Reblooming Bearded Iris - 85123
  • Immortality Reblooming Bearded Iris - 85123
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Immortality Reblooming Bearded Iris

Iris x germanica

#85123
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1 rhizome per package
5.00 stars, based on 2 review(s)
Ship Season: Fall

Perhaps the most famous white iris, the 'Immortality' Reblooming Bearded Iris is truly angelic! Its extremely wide falls are adorned by butter yellow beards. Blooming once in late spring and then once again in late summer or fall, you'll be happy these amazing blooms come twice a year!

  • Bearded Iris need to be planted in full sun
  • Soil that drains well is essential to the health of your bearded iris. Amend soil with organic matter such as compost, manure or peat moss prior to planting.
  • Bearded Iris should be planted at least 6 weeks before your ground freezes for the year. The earlier in late summer or early fall you can plant bearded iris the better results you will have.
  • Bearded Iris are quite sensitive to planting depth. Plant so that the rhizome is partially above ground, typically this planting depth is 1-2” below the soil surface.
  • Bearded Iris will multiply over time, space according to package instructions.
  • Water the planting area immediately after planting to eliminate air pockets. Bearded Iris are sensitive to rotting, any additional water in fall or winter is not required.
Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:

Reliable source for healthy plants.

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I am always pleased with my purchases from Holland Bulb Farms. Plants arrive quickly, healthy, and ready to plant. What more could anyone ask for? I will definitely continue to shop here for my gardening needs.

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Pros:
  • Quality
  • Well packaged
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The bulbs arrived with some stems still on, the roots were soft and malleable. It was clean and fungus free. They’ve been planted for about 2 weeks and I haven’t seen any growth yet but that’s to be expected I think, but I won’t know how good the bulbs are until next spring really.