Dwarf Iris ‘Blue Note’ (Reticulata) is a deep-violet fragrant flower with dark tips and white dappled markings.
If left undisturbed, this plant will naturalise really well to create clusters of dark blue flowers. The Dwarf Iris ‘Blue Note’ flowers early spring to announce the arrival of spring to the rest of the garden.
These little blue flowers are happy planted at the front of flower beds or borders, in pots or containers, or even in window boxes for small gardens. They are also a fabulous addition when cut to bouquets and flower arrangements.
Plant these bulbs at approximately 10cm deep in neutral, well-drained soil. It’s recommended to allow the leaves to die back down naturally after the flowers have been cut or faded to ensure that the bulbs will produce blooms again the following year.
- Deep purple/blue flower with dark tips and white markings
- Best planted in September to November
- Position in full sun to partial sun
- Requires fertile, well-drained soil
- Flowers in February to March
- Average size: 15cm x 15cm