Iris biversata 'Enfant Prodige'
Interesting variety with pale blue flowers that stand out above the foliage off green color. water depth of 0 to 5 cm.
Iris biversata 'Enfant Prodige' is a rare variety of interspecies iris with purple blue flowers with white center. The leaves are green sword-shaped with raised central vein that start from the creeping rhizome underground. It reaches a height of 80 cm and should be placed in the wetland or the bank of the lake, nestled at most a few centimeters of water. It prefers a sunny location and a slightly acidic soil. It blooms from May to June with 10 cm in diameter flowers, each stem brings 1-2 flowers.
This particular hybrid is due to: (Iris versicolor Iris ensata x) x Iris ensata; It was hybridized by Huber in 97.
Not sensitive to frost and can withstand cold winters with temperatures down to -25 ° C.
On sale from March to October.
- 80 cm
- Sun Exposure:
- Full sun to partial shade
- Planting depth from the surface of the water:
- from 0 to 5 cm
- Type of soil:
- Medium size
- USDA Zone 5a: to -28.8 °C (-20 °F)
- Bloom Time:
- May - June
- Flower Color:
- Leaf color:
- Ease of Growth: