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Best Siberian Irises (Iris sibirica) For Your Garden

Tall and graceful, Siberian Irises (Iris sibirica) are among the most trouble-free and low maintenance perennials in the garden. The choice of available Siberian Iris cultivars varies from country to country, but a few of these beauties have won the prestigious Morgan Award, the highest award reserved exclusively for Siberian Irises within the American Iris Society.

Best Siberian Iris, Best Iris Siberica, Siberian Iris best varieties, Iris Siberica best varieties, Bes Siberian flag, Dykes Medal, Morgan Award

Great Companion Plants for your Siberian Irises

Tall and graceful, Siberian Irises (Iris sibirica) are among the most trouble-free and low maintenance perennials in the garden. The choice of available Siberian Iris cultivars varies from country to country, but a few of these beauties have won the prestigious Morgan Award, the highest award reserved exclusively for Siberian Irises within the American Iris Society.

Iris sibirica (Siberian Iris)

Siberian Irises are terrific herbaceous perennials, rich with many qualities: fabulous looking, long display season, easy to grow, low maintenance and trouble free! Their exquisite flowers come in an array of gorgeous blue, purple, red-violet or yellow with newer cultivars in brown and orange shades, and can have a variety of forms from upright to flat and round. After blooming, their grass-like foliage of upright, blade-shaped leaves, is also one of their most attractive garden features as it remains fresh-looking all season.

Deciduous Azaleas companions, Evergreen Azaleas companions, Rhododendron companions, azalea companions, Snowdrops, Hellebores, Daffodils

Great Bulbs and Perennials as Companion Plants for Azaleas and Rhododendrons

Since most Azaleas and Rhododendrons provide colorful interest in spring, choosing bulbs or perennials with fall and winter interest would enable you to enjoy appealing and long-lasting planting combinations.

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