The Rebecca Perret iris is a delicately colored variety of the bearded iris that features white to near white standards with white falls edged in pale blue or purple and orange-colored beards.
The Rebecca Perret iris is a delicately colored variety of the bearded iris that features white to near white standards with white falls edged in pale blue or purple and orange-colored beards. These irises enjoy full sun but are easy to grow and require little maintenance. Best of all they are hardy plants that are both deer resistant and non-invasive.
Water regularly but do not overwater
Average Landscape Size:
Growth Height: 24-48”
Growth Width: 6-9”
These showy light blue and white flowers are excellent for cut flowers
Late spring, early summer
These plants work well in mass plantings, woodland gardens, barriers and containers
Light to medium green
Light blue to lavender and white
Late spring to early summer
24-48” and 12-18” high and wide
Grows Well With:
Day Lilies, Echinacea, Lavender, Sedum, Gaillardia, Rudbeckia and Phlox
These flowers should be fertilized in early spring and again in late summer. They like a well-drained soil in a sunny location. The plants should be divided every 3-4 years in August.
Water:Average water needs, do not overwater
Sunlight:Full to partial sunlight
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