Extremely eye-catching, Japanese Iris Tiramisu (iris Ensata) produces large, crisp white double blooms speckled and edged in pimk and adorned with golden yellow throats. Elegantly rising up to 32″ (80cm), this late midseason Japanese Iris exhibits it’s equisite blooms in early to mis-summer. After blooming, the sword like foliage, consisting of sturdy clumps of linear green leaves with prominent midribs is also one of its most attractive garden features. Spectacular planted in groups, this lovely Iris will excel at providing vertical interest in the garden.

Plant in full sun to partial shade, in well drained to poorly drained soil, deer resistant and salt tolerant, ideal for beds and borders, bog gardens, ponds and streams, rain gardens, wall side borders and water gardens. Grows to heights of 32″ with a spread of 2 feet.

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