During those wonderfully pleasant and mild days between spring and summer, Caesar’s Brother Siberian Iris takes the stage. It opens its exquisite flowers. The deep violet-blue blossoms carry themselves with grace and style, hovering above sword-like foliage that looks handsome all season. No finer picture could be created than a planting of Caesar’s Brother with classic partners that also bloom at this special time: Roses, peonies, hardy geraniums, clematis, and catmint. A pond provides additional opportunities for beautiful vignettes—Caesar’s Brother luxuriates in the boggy soil at the water’s edge. Wherever it goes, this beloved Spirit brings an easy elegance with it!
Please note that for animals, all parts of the plant are poisonous if ingested!
Growing Instructions: Plant so that the top of the root is 1" below the soil line.