NAME: MissourI Iris
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Rocky Mountain Iris / Western Blue Flag / Wild Blue Iris / Missouri Flag
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Iris Missouriensis syn. Iris Montana
COLOR: Light - Medium Blue with Purple Streaks & Yellow Throats
PLANT SEEDS: Fall sow seeds or cold stratify
BLOOM TIME: May - June
HARDINESS ZONE: 3 - 8
PLANT HEIGHT: 12 - 24"
PLANT SPACING: 8 - 12"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average - Wet
QUANTITY: 50 Seeds
OTHER: The Missouri Iris is native to western Canada & The US. They are very showy, with up to 4 flowers per stem, each measuring 3 - 4" wide. The flowers attract bees, butterflies, & HUMMINGBIRDS. This Iris will form colonies once it’s established. They prefer moist soil, especially up until they flower, & can grow in fairly average garden conditions, bogs, wet meadows, or streamside. They are deer & rabbit resistant, which is great because they make a great cut flower & you won’t have to fight with any critters to get them.
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Jun 25, 2020
Jun 21, 2020
Jun 20, 2020
Arrived in great condition. Can’t wait to watch them grow.
Jul 5, 2018
Can’t wait to sow in the fall for next year