Stout, well branched stems topped with large, ruffled flowers: both standards and falls pure white with a broad violet blue edge. Heavily scented.
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. Tolerates drought conditions