Fortune Japanese Iris produces large 5-6" flowers that have large pure white falls and violet standards. The striking contrast of colors is very eye-catching in the summer garden or in bouquets as well. Japanese Iris are the last Iris to bloom in the garden after the Bearded and Siberian Iris. They grow best in moist, even wet areas in the garden. Top-size bareroot plants.
|Plant Lighting:||Full Sun, Partial Sun/Shade|
|Season Color:||Early to Mid Summer|
|Max Height (feet):||30"|
|Botanical Name:||Iris ensata|
|Additional Characteristics:||Thrives in wet garden areas.|