Velvety, violet flowers with veined yellow throats appear in May and June among bright green, slender, strappy leaves. Like all Siberian flag irises, this is a clump forming plant that needs space to spread out and prefers a moist, neutral to slightly acid soil in sun or partial shade. It looks best planted in bold drifts beside water and allowed to naturalise.
Height: Up to 1.2m
Spread: Up to 90cm
* Please note that images are representative of the fully grown plant, and will require additional time and care to reach the pictured form.