The Siberian Iris is a tall perennial with large flowers above sword shaped, grassy green foliage which give a backdrop to other border plants for the remainder of the year.
Full sun or part shade.
Each plant will produce several flower stems throughout spring and summer with striking frilly flowers that are often veined or streaked, usually against a white patch gradating to yellow.
Siberica require moist soil conditions in a bog garden, stream, pond edge or a garden border, rather than in water.
An excellent choice be it cottage or city garden border or in pots and planters. They can handle coastal environments quite well and always make a strong statement wherever they are planted.
Try a clump alongside Japanese, Ensata Iris to get a prolonged flowering period.
Siberian Iris are hardy, long lived plants that, once established, will grace your garden for generations.