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Iris germanica ‘Tanzanian Tangerine’   

Another unique selection from the same breeder who introduced the wildly attractive 'Gnus Flash'. Ruffled, peach-tan flowers have falls that look like they've been lightly air-brushed with wine red coloring in the centers and more heavily toward the edges. Orange beards add to the appeal. Grows 38" tall. Honorable Mention 1999. Honorable Mention 1999.

    Hardiness Zones:4-10
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil that is high in organic matter.

About Iris: Iris is a large genus with enormous diversity and a wide range of colors to choose from. The dwarf forms are perfect for rock, trough and alpine gardens while the tall forms work well in many settings. Some love moisture while others prefer to be kept dry, so it's always best to check cultural requirements.