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Iris prismatica Overview
A rhizomatous, beardless iris with thin, wide-spreading rhizomes which forms large clumps of grass-like leaves and grows up to 70cm long. It bears clusters of violet-blue flowers, veined blue on slender, angled stems, in early and mid summer.
How to propagate Iris prismatica
By division of rhizomes or offsets in late summer. Certain cultivars should be propagated by division only.
Seed in autumn.
Other uses of Iris prismatica
Grown for their distinctive and colourful flowers. Suitable for coastal conditions.