Dainty and fragrant blooms will embrace your garden mid-Spring, these hardy Dutch gems resemble miniature orchids. These early Dutch iris, will bloom in shades of blue, violet, and yellow along side snowdrops and early crocus. Best when planted in rock gardens, groundcover beds and borders. Plant these 4-5" beauties in full sun to full shade.
4 - 5 inches
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When to plant Dutch Iris Bulbs?
Plant Dutch Iris in fall when the daytime temperatures are in the 60’s or lower during the day and before the ground freezes for winter.
How to plant Dutch Iris bulbs?
Dutch Iris have a noticeably pointed end of the bulb, the pointed end should be facing the sky at planting. Plant Dutch Iris bulbs 3-4” deep with 3-4” spacing.
Where to plant Dutch Iris bulbs?
Plant these spring blooming bulbs in a full to part sun location that has well drained soil.
Dwarf Dutch Iris grow 6-8” tall and look best planted in large quantities in the front of a planting bed or rock garden. Plant 9-12 bulbs per square foot for the biggest color impact.
Planting Dutch Iris bulbs in Pots
Dutch Iris can be planted in pots in temperate climates that do not experience many freeze and thaw cycles. If Dutch Iris are planted in pots in above ground containers in a climate that has varying winter temperatures the pots will need to be insulated to protect the bulbs from the effects of the freezing and thawing that may occur.
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