Collection includes 1 each of:
Orange Harvest, Immortality, Sugar Blues, Mariposa Skies, Spin Off, English Charm, Harvest of Memories, Hemstitched, Blue Suede Shoes, Mother Earth and Pink Attraction. Each of these Bearded Irises are re-bloomers, meaning they will bloom both in the spring and late summer!
Growing Bearded Irises These majestic flowers are surprisingly easy to grow, and actually require less attention than almost any other garden flowers. Your iris roots will arrive with the foliage "trimmed" from this spring's growth. You'll find the "root" is not really a bulb, but what is called a "rhizome"--an irregularly shaped bulbous root that grows at a right angle from the foliage. Leave the trimmed foliage as it is, and simply bury the rhizome with the top of it showing through the soil surface. Bearded irises grow best with the tops of their rhizomes exposed.
Next spring, new foliage and the flower spikes will sprout strongly from the rhizome. What's more, next summer, you'll notice the rhizome multiplying for even more flowers as years go by.