Botanical Name: Iris ensata 'Shogun'
Height: 24 - 40"
Spacing: 12-18 inches
Depth: Set crown 2" deep, firm well and water thoroughly.
Spread: 12-18 inches
Sun/Shade: Part shade/Full sun
Foliage: Long, narrow, sword-like bright green.
Blooms: ealry to midsummer, lasts for several weeks
Form: 3 to 6 large petals hanging down rather than upright standards like bearded iris.
Flower Form: large royal red bloom accented by a yellow and white throat
Soil Requirements: Humus enriched, moisture retentive and on the acid side. Dislikes sandy soil.
Growth Rate: Moderate.
Pruning: In late fall, cut dried foliage as far back as possible and remove from the site.
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