Iris ensata ‘Temple Bells’ – “Japanese Iris”

Botanical Name: Iris ensata ‘Temple Bells’

Common Name: “Japanese Iris”

Characteristics:

Height: 2 to 3 Feet

Spread: 2 Feet

Light: Full sun to partial shade

Bloom: April – June

Description:

Elegant, dark purplish-blue flowers unfurl in early-summer on sturdy stems rising among upright clumps of sword-shaped leaves. Best cultivated in moist but well-draining acid soil.

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