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Beautiful showy flowers on compact plant. It is typically found on well drained soils in meadows and woodlands. Flowers are attractive to bumblebees, butterflies and long tongued bees.


  • Height- 8"-15"
  • Width- 8"-15"
  • Water: very dry to moist
  • Sun: full sun
  • Bloom time: May
  • Direct sowing: best sown in early fall due to complex dormancy.
  • Growing transplants: Seeds are dormant and need 2-4 weeks of warm-moist conditions followed by 70 days of cold-moist conditions in order to trigger germination in early spring.

Oregon iris

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