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Iris unguicularis ‘Mary Barnard’ - 1 gal

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Flower Color Other. Violet. Flower Shape and Structure Notes. Beardless. Standard: Bright violet. Fall: Bright violet, with long yellow signal and white eyelashes. Flower Size 1-3 inches Bloom Time January, February, March Fragrance Bloom Foliage Leaf. Grass-like, 12-15" tall. Winter Interest Bloom Plant type Evergreen, Perennial. Rhizomes. Habit and Form Upright/Vase-shaped, Clumping Height 1-2 feet. 18 inches. Spread 1-2 feet. 18 inches. Water Requirements Less than average moisture Light Requirements Full Sun. Best at base of wall or stones. Soil Conditions Alkaline, Well-drained, Sandy. To neutral. Sandy, Chalk and loam soils. Horticultural Uses Small garden. Sunny rock gardens. Award Winner RHS Award of Garden Merit Pests and Diseases Pest Resistant. Deer.

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