Blue Note Iris' blooms are deep purple to blue, marked in white.
One of the deepest colours you'll find in a reticulata iris— this beauty brings a real touch of the colour to a late winter/early spring garden.
The flowers are also lightly perfumed (unusual for irises)
Iris Reticulata bulbs, also known as Dwarf Iris, are a delightful miniature Iris, ideally suited for borders, rockeries, pots and patio displays. Their dainty blooms on strong slender stems make them a gardeners gem!
Iris Reticulata bulbs prefer a cooler climate, with a cold Winter, decided Spring, and a hot Summer – preferably quite dry.
Plant them close together in a bold clump to create a wonderful display.
For best results, sprinkle some of our bulb food on around late Autumn.
Flowering 10-15cm high.
Iris Reticulata’s are a stunningly beautiful dwarf irise, flowering on 10-15cm stems.
They originally came from such areas as Turkey and the Caucasus, and are cultivated on a fairly large scale.
For a full overview of how to plant Iris Reticulata visit our Gardeners Guide.