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To determine if a plant is sufficiently cold hardy, the USDA created numbered zones indicating winter low temperatures; the lower the zone number the colder the winter.

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  1. $18.98

    Sale: $9.49

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

    Victoria Falls Reblooming Bearded Iris, offers up light blue blooms in the mid spring garden and then again in late summer. This easy-to-grow variety boasts fragrant flowers that are both deer and rabbit resistant. Victoria Falls makes for stunning spring and summer bouquets. Multiplies and naturalizes. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

    Natchez Trace’s Bearded Iris has fragrant ruffled orange blooms, making them a must-have for the mid-spring garden and cut for early season bouquets. This iris’ swordlike foliage is attractive throughout the season, adding texture even when the plant is finished blooming. Plant in a formal garden or naturalize for a colorful spring show. Deer resistant. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
  3. $10.98

    Sale: $5.49

    Per Plant - 2.5" pot

    Double Anouk Lavender is a garden star. Its evergreen, fragrant silver-green foliage bursts with color come spring as deep purple flowers with double, bright violet flags steal the show. Keep trimmed as flowers fade for a non-stop colorfest. Great for containers! (Lavandula stoechas) Learn More →
  4. $18.98

    Sale: $9.49

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

    Matinata Bearded Iris is the perfect early-season addition to any landscape, looking right at home in the cottage garden or in a mass, naturalized planting. Deep purple blooms add rich, cool color to the spring garden and make for spectacular early season bouquets. This variety requires little maintenance and grows in almost any sunny, well-draining spot. (Iris germanica) Learn More →

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