Bearded Iris 'Immortality' (Rebloomer) from $8.99
‘Immortality’ Bearded Iris Reblooming Bearded Irises are a gardener’s delight. They produce gorgeous blooms twice a year! Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  Bearded Irises are extremely easy and forgiving. It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. USDA Zones 3 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone and then again in August to September Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 29” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October. 
Bearded Iris 'Oui Madame' German Iris from $8.95
‘Oui Madame’ Bearded Iris Bearded Irises are wonderful. They are easy to grow and give you wonderful results.  Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. USDA Zones 3 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 38” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October. 
Bearded Iris 'Pure As Gold' (Rebloomer) from $12.95
‘Pure As Gold’ Bearded Iris When you plant 'Pure As Gold' Bearded Irises, you are bringing the warmth and the joys to your garden.   Reblooming Bearded Irises are a gardener’s delight. They produce gorgeous blooms twice a year! Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  Bearded Irises are extremely easy and forgiving. It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. USDA Zones 3 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone and then again in August to September Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 33” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October. 
Bearded Iris 'That's All Folks' from $9.95
‘That's All Folks’ Bearded Iris 'That's All Folks' is a bright and cheerful bloom with wonderful ruffling. This cultivar was hybridized by William Maryott.  Bearded Irises are wonderful. They are easy to grow and give you wonderful results.  Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. USDA Zones 3 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 36” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October. . 
Bearded Iris Innocent Star (Rebloomer) from $12.95
Back in Stock after a year of waiting- ‘Innocent Star’ Bearded Iris Reblooming Bearded Irises are a gardener’s delight. They produce gorgeous blooms twice a year! Bearded Irises are hardy from Zone 3 all the way to Zone 10.  They do not need a chilling period so they can grow almost anywhere in the United States.  Bearded Irises are extremely easy and forgiving. It’s not uncommon to hear stories how immigrants would bring these flower with them from their home countries throughout Europe.  If you walk through suburbs and cities, you will start to be able to see the diversity of these species. USDA Zones 3 – 10 Flowers May to June depending on your zone Bloom Duration: 3-4 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Deer, Rabbit, & Rodent Resistant Great for Naturalizing, Borders, Mass Plantings, and Rock Gardens 35” tall Drought tolerant Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun with 1/3 of the rhizome exposed above the soil.  We like to plant ours 18”-30” apart.  They fill in pretty fast.  Do NOT mulch over the rhizome as they like to remain dry and extra mulch increases chances of rot.  We recommended cutting the flower once it blooms to put energy back into the rhizome and the new blooms that will happen later in the summer. Ships mid September to mid October. 
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