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Botanical Name: Iris kaempferi
Common Name(s): Japanese iris
Iris kaempferi have a small crown and are clump-forming, with clusters of tuberous roots. They enjoy growing in water, and will also grow in most well watered acidic soils. Flowers appear in late Spring; colours range from pure white through all shades of blue to purple.
Botanical Pronunciation: Eye-riss KAMP-fer-ee
The flowers appears in late Spring; colours range from pure white through all shades of blue to purple.
Water this iris well in Spring and Summer, cut back spent flowers and foliage in Winter.
Plant in full sun to partial shade.
Uses in landscape design
This plant can be used in borders, as a patio plant, in pots or tubs and as a shrubbery.