- Dramatic, royal purple flowers
- Blooms in the spring and again in late summer
- Low-maintenance perennial
- Plant in full sun to partial shade
- Deer tend to avoid
A dramatic addition to the garden. Dark colors are hard to find among reblooming bearded iris—and Ozark Rebounder is among our favorites. This award-winning iris has rich, royal purple standards and falls that are overlaid by deep, velvety near-block veining. A white starburst just around the beards and ruffling add to the dramatic impact. A great choice for planting en masse or grouping with another color. This low-maintenance perennial also makes a good cut flower. Blooms in mid to late spring and again in late summer to early fall. Grows 34 in. tall. Plant in full sun to part shade. Deer tend to avoid. Zones 4-9.