Richly coloured, fragrant blooms with reddish brown standards and falls with red brown edges and a pale yellow bib with darker veining and a bright gold beard. Leafy bases distinctly stained purple.
Bearded Iris must be planted with their rhizomes bared to the sun on the surface of the soil. Think of the rhizome as a solar panel - the more sun it gets the better the flowering. They prefer a well drained soil and benefit from lifting and dividing every third or fourth year