Wild Blue Iris Seeds
Wild Blue Iris seeds. Wild Blue Iris is a hardy perennial that grows 1-2 ft. tall. Flowers resemble the common garden iris, with a pretty pale blue color. Flowers typically appear in May or June, depending on the elevation. These look lovely in natural gardens, or along water features.
Seeds have high dormancy, and should be planted in the fall – or you can place seeds in the refrigerator for 30 days prior to planting in the spring (which will urge them out of dormancy). Plants prefer full/part sun and fairly moist conditions, being found naturally in moist meadows and along stream banks from low valleys to 9,000 ft. elevation in the western U.S.
1 g. seed packet
20 in stock
Botanical Name: Iris missouriensis
Life Cycle: Perennial
Color: Pale blue
Bloom Season: Spring – early Summer
Light Requirement: Sun/Part Sun
Attributes: Does great along stream banks, or moist meadows
Growing Instructions: Plant in early Fall, for blooms the following Spring. Or you can plant in late Spring after keeping them in the fridge for 30 days.