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Iris cristata

Iris cristata

Iris cristata     Native     Z 3 - 8     part shade

[Crested iris]  Open shade with some sun in a loose woodland soil.  Short sword-like foliage reaches only six to eight inches in height.  Blooms are shades of blue-purple with white crests.  Cristata is one of our finer iris species from here locally, and a beautiful ground cover in good soil.

Transplant:  Mine are under a dogwood tree in one location in the garden, under deciduous azalea in another.  Both locations have trillium coming up through the iris blades.  Rhizomes look like little tree roots on a diet.  Brown, woody and wiry thin with swellings that become the plants above ground.  Transplant parallel to the soil surface no more than a couple of inches deep and mulch lightly.

From 5 pint containers.

 
Our PriceUS$10.00
 

Iris cristata     Native     Z 3 - 8     part shade

[Crested iris]  Open shade with some sun in a loose woodland soil.  Short sword-like foliage reaches only six to eight inches in height.  Blooms are shades of blue-purple with white crests.  Cristata is one of our finer iris species from here locally, and a beautiful ground cover in good soil.

Transplant:  Mine are under a dogwood tree in one location in the garden, under deciduous azalea in another.  Both locations have trillium coming up through the iris blades.  Rhizomes look like little tree roots on a diet.  Brown, woody and wiry thin with swellings that become the plants above ground.  Transplant parallel to the soil surface no more than a couple of inches deep and mulch lightly.

From 5 pint containers.

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Anemone nemorosa 'Pallida'

Anemone nemorosa 'Pallida'     Z5 -       shade - part shade

[Pallida Wood Anemone]  Foliage is the normal nemorosa leaves with a tint of bronze reaching a height of 6 inches or so, and forming clumps over time.  Bloom is in a light lemon-yellow.  Color is very soft, and pleasing to the eye.

Transplant:  Use with perennials blooming in blue for a pleasing contrast in colors.  Mine are with hybrid hellebores that bloom in slate/plum.  fall ship is best.

From 1 quart containers.

Our Price: US$10.00

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