Assorted Iris



Variety: Irises come in many types, including bearded, beardless, and bulbous varieties. Each type has unique features and growing requirements.
Bloom Time: Depending on the variety, irises can bloom from early spring to early summer, with some reblooming varieties extending the flowering season into fall.
Foliage: The sword-like, blue-green leaves remain attractive throughout the growing season, adding texture and vertical interest to garden beds.
Fragrance: Many irises are fragrant, adding a delightful scent to the garden.
Pollinator-Friendly: Irises attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, making them excellent for supporting local wildlife.

Light Requirements:

Irises generally thrive in full sun, requiring at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day to produce the best blooms. However, some varieties, such as the Siberian and Japanese irises, can tolerate partial shade, especially in hotter climates.