Iris reticulata ‘Harmony’
Richly coloured, low growing, early blooming bulbous flower, grown for winter colour. Withstands cold and snow.
Late winter to early spring.
Up to 15cm high with a spread of up to 6cm. Upright habit.
Narrow, grey-green, squared leaves, which elongate after flowering.
Solitary, scented, tubular flower. Three larger outer petals are purple with darker purple markings and bright yellow streaks down the middle. Up to six long thin inner petals are just purple.
Useful for growing in gravel, pots and rockeries, or around deciduous shrubs for spring flowering
Prefers full sun.
Well drained, light.
Needs feeding each year to ensure flowers. Divide plants from June to September. May be attacked by slugs and snails.
Divide bulbs from mid-summer to early autumn.
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