Iris setosa var canadensis ‘Nanum’

Iris marsh, minute and unusual late spring produces lavender-colored flowers with silvery white streaks. It should be planted along the edges of the pond, on the ground is always damp and never covered by water. Not sensitive to frost. Suitable for mountain lakes.

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Size:Small
Planting depth from the surface of the water:0 cm, on the water surface
Height:40 cm
Type of soil:Waterlogged
Sun Exposure:Full sun to partial shade
Bloom Time:May - June
Leaf color:Green
Hardiness:USDA Zone 3a: to -39.9 °C (-40 °F)
Ease of Growth:Easy

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Iris setosa canadensis var 'Nanum' is a marsh iris, a native of Alaska and Canada.
Forms a low clump of leaves in the shape of bright green sword, much smaller setosa Iris. In late spring it produces lavender-colored flowers with silvery white streaks. It should be planted along the edges of the pond, on the ground is always damp and never covered by water. Given its origin not sensitive to frost, even in the hottest locations it prefers a partial shade location. It can also be used in the rock garden.
This marsh iris unaffected by frost and tolerates temperatures up to -40 ° C.
Available throughout the year.

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Iris setosa var canadensis ‘Nanum’

Iris setosa var canadensis ‘Nanum’

Iris marsh, minute and unusual late spring produces lavender-colored flowers with silvery white streaks. It should be planted along the edges of the pond, on the ground is always damp and never covered by water. Not sensitive to frost. Suitable for mountain lakes.