This lovely mix of Dutch Irises is the perfect choice for some late spring colour. Not only will they naturalize and spread easily in your garden but they also make a terrific, long lasting cut flower! And if you're lacking in the ‘garden-space’ department, try planting them in containers and pots.
They prefer well-drained, sandy soil in full sun to perform at their best and during the summer when they’re dormant the soil should remain relatively dry. To help ensure dry conditions in summer, try planting them with perennials that don’t require a lot of watering. Or perhaps try them in raised beds or in rock gardens.