The Dwarf Iris ‘Natascha’ (Reticulata) produces ivory white blooms around February or March every year. The flowers include faintly blue falls with a yellow centre stripe.
Perfect for planting in the front of sun-trapped borders, rockeries, pots and containers. Irises are best suited to sunny spots with well-drained soil as they are native to the moist hills in Turkey. This hardy spring flower also has an appealing sweet fragrance.
Plant these bulbs around 15cm apart from each other to give them the space to grow. It is recommended to remove any faded flowers and to apply fertilizer to the soil around 4-5 weeks after blooming.
- Pure white flowers on upright stems, with golden yellow central bands
- Best planted in Autumn
- Position in full sun or partial shade
- Requires fertile, well-drained soil
- Flowers in February to March
- Average height: 15cm