Iris ensata 'Rose Queen'

Huge, sugar-almond, pink blooms with fine crimson rays, falling a shade or two darker than the standard. More
1 rhizome 261387-1 £4.95 Delivery early October
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3 rhizomes 261387-3 £9.95 Delivery early October
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Huge, sugar-almond, pink blooms with fine crimson rays, falling a shade or two darker than the standard. Japanese water irises flower a bit later than the Siberica types, so mixed together in a border, they’ll give a prolonged flowering period. Put this one towards the middle or back as it’s quite tall. Will do best in moisture retentive soil, in sun to semi-shade.

Genus Iris
Group/Species ensata
Variety Rose Queen
Type Hardy Perennial Bulb
Common Name Japanese Water Iris
Border Position Front, Middle
Bulb Size I
Soil Type Acid, Clay, Fertile, Neutral, Sandy
Scent Unscented
Site Full Sun, Part Shade
Moisture Moist
Height 80cm-1m (31-39in)
Spacing 45cm (18in)
Sowing, Seeds, Planting Preferably plant in moist to wet, deep, humus-rich, acid soil; it thrives at the margins of ponds or streams
Care Tips Don’t allow to dry out in the growing season. Remove any dying foliage in autumn, old flower stems can be cut down after flowering
Flowering June - July
Harvesting Flower production: 2 months
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  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
Advice
How to plant and grow iris

We plant lots of iris bulbs at Perch Hill to start off a long bulb flower succession. They're beautiful and successful in pots, at the front of...

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