Iris Sibirica Siberian Flag

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Iris Sibirica Siberian Flag

Iris Sibirica Siberian Flag has an attractive, free flowering blue flower with a white and yellow throat. Despite its name, this plant is a native of Europe, not Siberia. As with all iris the tubers are harmful if eaten. It prefers damp rather than waterlogged soil. keep crown well above water surface. After foliage has died back in Autumn cut back to just above the water surface. If trimming left until spring take care not to damage emerging shoots.

Marginal plants are great for ponds, and will add colour, interest and wildlife habitat to your garden. Marginal pond plants like Iris Sibirica - Siberian Flag, make a wonderful and easy addition to any garden pond edge.

Where do you plant marginal pond plants?
Marginal Pond Plants, such as the Iris Sibirica - Siberian Flag can be placed in the shallow areas of a pond. This is usually around the edges, or margin, of the pond. Certain types of marginal pond plants can be planted out of the pond water in damp ground, ideal for a bog garden or water garden display.

For a guide to planting and maintaining marginal plants please click here.

Max. Height: 60-90cm
Growth Rate: Slow
Type: Freshwater Pond Marginal
Flowers: June - July
Position: Full sun to part shade
Planting Depth: 0-1cm

Please note: photo is for illustrative purposes and depending on time of year and growth rate may not reflect exactly what you receive. Pond Plants are shipped directly from the grower and are subject to a one-off £5.99 delivery surcharge regardless or order size/value. Please allow 3-10 working days for delivery on average.

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