Common Names: Siberian Iris, Siberian Flag
Botanical Name: Iris x sibirica
Plant Family: Iridaceae
Native Range: Eastern Europe to Central Asia
Life Cycle: Rhizomatous herbaceous perennial
Hardiness Zone: USDA zones 4a-9b
Habit: Plants grow 3 feet tall x about 2 feet wide.
Sun/Soil: Full sun in average soil
Germination/Sowing: These seeds will require a period of cold stratification. (Full instructions will be included with seeds.)
Growing/Care: Lovely plant that does well in open, damp, temperate conditions.
Like many Irises parts of the plant are poisonous.
Culinary Uses: N/A
Medicinal Uses: N/A
Themes/Designs: Cottage garden, Flower, Meadow
(Seeds and photos provided by my friend Evan Bean over at The Practical Plant Geek.)