The Dwarf Iris ‘Joyce’ (Reticulata) blooms with relatively large flowers considering it’s small size. The flowers are a lovely vibrant blue with white dappling and yellow central band.
A bulbous perennial plant, the flowers grown sit on steams standing upright from grass-like leaves. The flowers will begin to bloom around March and April time once planted in Autumn, scattering royal blue flowers where they sit.
Plant these bulbs 15cm apart from each other, around 10cm deep, and they will thrive in a sun-trapped border or rockery, spring pot, or window box.
- Surprisingly large blue flowers, with yellow and white accents
- Best planted in Autumn
- Position in full sun or partial shade
- Happy to grow in most soil types
- Flowers in March to April
- Average size: 15cm x 15cm