Iris japonica variegata
It sometimes grows on roofs. As this suggests, it’s pretty drought tolerant. Nice little hardy, evergreen, variegated Iris with white and lilac flower spikes. To 2ft tall. Please contact us for stock availability and sizes.
Hardiness level Amber
A pretty evergreen variegated Iris for sunny spots in not too cold gardens. It spreads slowly by its roots and will benefit from being cut down in the spring so you only look at fresh new leaves in the summer. It prefers acid soil but will tolerate slightly limey soil.
I suspect that the sort of spot this plant likes in the garden (hot and sunny) is - theoretically and fortunately - NOT the sort of place that slugs like but do keep an eye open for them.
Propagated by us by division
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