Japanese Iris

Japanese Iris

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Japanese Iris I ensata Mix

The Japanese Iris has large blooms of white or blue with veins of purple. It prefers acidic soil. Do not plant it above 7,000 feet. They can grow to be 24-36” high and 12-18” wide.

 

Ice Plant (Purple, Yellow, Starburst) Delasperma

Low growing succulent leaves that form a dense spreading mat. Comes in different varieties each with a different color of flower that include purple, yellow, and puple-pink with large white eyes. Do not plant above 7,500 feet. They can grow to be 2-4” high and 12-24” wide.

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