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White Swirl Siberian Iris

Iris siberica

#77271
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5 roots per package
Quantity:
4.71 stars, based on 7 review(s)
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    The White Swirl Siberian Iris produces white flowers with small bit of yellow, the graceful flowers sit atop sturdy stems amongst thin grass like leaves. The ornamental leaves make them attractive even after the flowers have faded and great for fresh cut flowers. White Swirl Siberian Iris also work well when planted along waters edge.

    Symbolizes: eloquence, deep sentiment, faith hope & wisdom.

    February birth month flower. 25th Wedding Anniversary flower.

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    white cloud mi

    beautiful bulbs

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    I ordered these and received promptly! the bulbs all arrived healthy and I'm excited to see growth!

    White Swirl Siberian Iris

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    Pros:
    • Price
    • Quality
    • Easy to grow
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    Very happy with quality,even though it didn't bloom first year but looking forward to next year. Plant is looking very healthy.

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    They are out & looks like they are doing fine. Hoping to see some Iris flowers this summer

    Olympia WA

    White Swirl Siberian Iris first month

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    The plants arrived in good condition in March. My understanding is that iris are usually planted in the fall (https://www.thespruce.com/how-to-plant-iris-rhizomes-5070514). The rhizomes had lots of roots. I associate iris with surface feeding rhizomes so I dug a 4" trough, laid the fiberous roots in the trough with the rhizome at the end and covered the roots with about 4" of sandy soil and an inch of bark chips. I'll report back on how they survived and grew. I'm curious o see if spring-planted rhizomes survive.

    Stamford, Connecticut

    Healthy and easy irises

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    Pros:
    • Healthy
    • Easy
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    Healthy roots and early foliage made for easy planting and thriving right from the start. Growing well both pond side and hill top.