Dance Ballerina Dance - Siberica

£7.00
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Siberian iris 81cm.

Early season showy flowers in orchid and white. 

More delicately flowered than Bearded Iris, Siberians are very adaptable and easy to grow. Equally at home in the flower border, or a moist (even bog) garden, by a pond or stream edge but not in water. Full sun or part shade.

Near white style-arms and standards. Lavender rose pink falls with a lighter edge and pinkish violet plicata effect

Introduced by D Steve Varner in 1983 from McEwen and other seedlings. Parent to Memphis Memory, Royal Illini, Valley of Delight and others.

Honourable Mention in 1985, Award of Merit in 1987, Morgan-Wood Medal in 1989.

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(D. Steve Varner, R. 1982) Sdlg. S040. SIB (tet.), 32" (81 cm), E. S. near white with light pinkish violet plicata effect; near-white styles; F. full lavender rose pink, lighter ruffled edge. McEwen T4 72/10 X unknown. Illini Iris 1983. HM 1985, AM 1987, Mor/W 1989 .

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Data sheet

Height
Tall - 70-100cm
Colour
Pink
Fragrance
None
Season
Early
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