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Iris pseudacorus is a vigorous water iris, typicallly found growing at the egdes of large, sunny ponds. It bears large clumps of green leaves from which elegant, yellow flowers appear in late-spring.
Iris pseudacorus is ideal for wildlife gardens, and looks particularly good if planted in naturalised drifts among other moisture-loving plants. It also associates well with dark blue flowered plants. If you don't have room for a pond or bog garden, try growing it in a large container filled with water. Divide clumps every three to five years to keep it under control.
Plant type: Marginal
Flower colour: Yellow
Foliage colour: Mid-green
Sun exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Soil: Moist, Boggy
Skill level: Beginner
Time to plant seeds: October to March
Time to divide plants: October to March
Flowering period: May to July
This is an absolute thug if you let it. It has even come up in a pot as well as most of my borders and has spread the length of my ditch in deep shad.
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