Iris Laevigata (LAEV)

A native to North East Asia, Russia, and Japan. A true water iris, Iris laevigata will look its best growing in shallow water or a large pot with a deep reservoir filled with water. It can also thrive in a moist to wet setting such as a rain garden, receiving one to two inches of water a week.

Iris Laevigata will grow from 24-36 inches tall with 4-6 inch flowers. The peak bloom for us is in May along with Siberian and Tall Bearded Iris. Zone 4-9

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Blue Rivulets Harris, 2013
White with bright blue veins

June Lake  Harris, 2018
Summer sky-blue

Lakeside Ghost Harris, 2012
Light blue speckled darker, red-violet style arms.

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 $10.00 Six falls; white, pale blue wash and speckles.



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Perry Farm, 1960
Three falls; rose magenta.

Royal Cartwheel Reid, 1981
Six falls; navy blue violet with white center line.


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 Perry, 1919
 Bright blue-violet.

Variegata Tubergen, 1916
Three falls; blue-violet, green and white stripped foliage.

 Violet Constel-
 Harris, 2018
Three falls; white speckled violet, heart of the bloom violet.

Whispering Clouds
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Harris ’17
Three falls; white with very faint violet markings, full round form.