The Siberian iris is a solid perennial that
can endure cold winter seasons, but it does require some attention in summer.
Blue, violet, or white flowers, sometimes with darker veining, make an attractive
show in June.
An excellent choice for the blue or white garden, they stand about 30 inches tall, make good cut flowers, and occasionally rebloom.
Siberian Iris Quick Facts:
Scientific Name: Iris siberica
Common Name: Siberian Iris
Type of Plant: Perennial
Growing Zones for Siberian Iris: Hardy
to zone 3
Growing Conditions for Siberian Iris: Partial sun, moist soil