This plant has no fragrance
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Gladwyn Iris Overview
The Stinking Iris has dull, purple-grey flowers borne on branched stems that are often hidden amongst bog foliage. As a result, this plant is often underrated. However, in autumn and winter, this water garden plant has a spectacular display of disproportionately large seed pods, revealing brilliant orange-red seeds.
Common problems with Gladwyn Iris
How to propagate Gladwyn Iris
By division of rhizomes or offsets in late summer. Certain cultivars should be propagated by division only.
Seed in autumn.
Special features of Gladwyn Iris
Other uses of Gladwyn Iris
Ornamental, border, cutting bed. Summer interest for flowers and Winter for seeds which look well in a shady bed beneath trees.