Katharine Hodgkin Iris
Katharine Hodgkin is a dwarf iris that has large pale blue flowers with yellow and blue markings. Dwarf Iris are famous for big flowers on tiny plants. They are winter hardy and dependably perennial, which makes them perfect for a wildflower or rock garden planting. These little wild irises are the true harbingers of spring. All wild gardens should include them. These flowers bloom in early spring. These flowers are easy to grow, are deer resistant, and drought-tolerant. Hardiness Zones 2-10. You will receive 12 bulbs per order.
Planting: For best flowering, plant in the fall in full sun and in a well-drained soil. The bulbs do best-planted 4-inches apart and 3-inches deep. Soil needs to stay relatively dry in summer in order for the bulbs to set buds for the following year.