Iris ensata and iris kaempferi are synonymous but to be fair we report them divided in the same way that we were able to find the mother plants. They are aquatic iris and may be cultivated in soil covered by 3 - 5 cm of water even though this solution is not indispensable. Used in the creation of traditional Japanese gardens for borders of water basins. very hardy plants.
Iris x pseudata, derived from hybridization of Iris pseudacorus with Japanese Iris (Iris ensata) and were created to bring the yellow to Iris ensata. From this junction were born sterile but vigorous plants with blooms that last up to three weeks. They are grown in the pond surrounded by up to 20 cm of water. A rarity, especially in Europe.
Other species and varieties of aquatic iris and marsh can not be classified in the other species, and iris interspecific. Always they love the wet or the water and produce beautiful flowers. Hardy plants that can stand the cold and offering spectacular blooms
Interesting variety with pale blue flowers that stand out above the foliage off green color. water depth of 0 to 5 cm.
Japanese Iris by purple flowers with large and big drooping petals. Suitable for shallow areas of lakes and streams, is grown submerged in a few inches of water or moist soil. Do not fear frost.
Beautiful iris for pond with violet flowers flecked with white, reaches 80 cm in height, must be grown in moist soil or submerged a few cm, in a sunny or Partial shade. Not sensitive to frost.
Water iris with simple pink flowers, Which Appear in early summer. Should be Placed under water from 0 to 5 cm in the shallow areas of the ornamental ponds.
Japanese Iris from the edge of pond with white flowers with purple edge and curled upward. It should be put immersed in a few cm of water or moist soil. Not sensitive to frost.
Water iris that blooms between May and June, produces large flowers of deep purple color formed by wide petals drooping habit. He leaves a sword of green variegated white very characteristics. It can be grown as a border plant of ponds and streams up to 5 inches deep. Tolerate temperatures of -25 ° C. below 0.
Water Iris, a simple flower color purple. It can be grown submerged in a few inches of water in a garden pond or in the soil well watered.
Water iris with white flowers with blue brushstrokes, which bloom in April and May. Must be cultivated immersed for a few cm of water or moist soil in a sunny position. Not sensitive to frost.
Water Iris that produces simple white flower color. It should be grown submerged in a few inches of water in an artificial pond or in soil is always moist.
Marsh iris with variegated silver leaves, purplish blue flowers in May - June. It should be planted surrounded by a few inches of water in the banks of the pond or in soil is always wet.
Beautiful white flower and pale yellow, with green center. It should be grown in moist soil or immersed in water up to a maximum of 10 inches deep. Reaches 70 cm in height and not affected by frost.