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Iris japonica ‘Variegata’   

RHS award of garden merit winner! Fans of broad, dark green blades with creamy white variegation that look splendid on their own and even better when in bloom, in late spring. Frilled white flowers with orange-yellow beards and accents are surround by lavender. Clump forming and vigorous, growing 12-18" tall. 

    Hardiness Zones:3-10
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in moist, high in organic soil.

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.