Botanical Name: Iris germanica 'Jennifer Rebecca'; Family Iridaceae (Iris Family)
Height: 36 inches
Spacing: 12" - 24"
Depth: Dig a shallow hole 2-4" deep and twice as wide as the rhizome. Place the rhizome on a small mound in the middle of this hole and spread the roots. Fill the hole with soil, but only partially cover the rhizome. Water thoroughly.
Spread: 12" - 24"
Sun/Shade: full sun to partial shade
Color: heavily ruffled and laced flowers bloom in rosy pink with tangerine beards
Foliage: glaucous-green, sword-like fans of stiff upright leaves
Blooms: late spring to early summer
Flower Form: typical iris like
Soil Requirements: well drained, fertile
Growth Rate: moderate
Comments: Romantic, heavily ruffled and laced flowers bloom in rosy pink with tangerine beards. 36 inch tall. So remarkable, so sophisticated, so elegant! This bicolor beauty is definitely the upper crust of reblooming irises.
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