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Iris 'Harmony'

Iris (Reticulata Group) 'Harmony'

Iris reticulata Harmony 2017-04-02 6621 by Salicyna (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Full Sun
Easy care
Light watering
Frost Hardy

6a

USDA zone

-23°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

10cm

Max

10cm

1cm

Min

1cm

3 years to reach maturity

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

This plant has a mild fragrance

More images of Iris 'Harmony'

A close up of a blue Iris 'Harmony' (Reticulata) flower in the wild
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A photo of Iris 'Harmony'

Iris 'Harmony' Overview

Iris 'Harmony' is a dwarf early spring-flowering bulbous perennial cultivar that produces deep blue flowers, with a white throat in the centre and a bright yellow central band. Petal edges are slightly feathered, giving flowers a delicate ruffled appearance and typically grows to 12cm in height. Ideal for planting in gravel and rock gardens, these alpine bulbs can be grown in raised troughs or pots or along the edges of paths and patios where they will receive the dry summer conditions they thrive in. Preferring a sunny location or light shade with well-drained soil, these easy to grow bulbs need to be planted in autumn. Dig a hole one 10cm deep and plant the bulb pointed end up. Leave the leaves to die back naturally as this helps fatten the bulb for next year. Part of the Reticulata Group of Irises, these include small bulbs that produce narrow leaves and purple, blue or yellow blooms in the spring with a characteristic fibrous net around their bulbs. This plant is occasionally listed under its synonym name of Iris reticulata 'Harmony'

Common problems with Iris 'Harmony'

How to propagate Iris 'Harmony'

Bulbs

Lift and seperate bulbs in early autumn.

Seed

Sow in autumn or spring, recommended to use a cold frame.

Special features of Iris 'Harmony'

Attractive flowers

Pot plant

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