New reply from Florexpert

Hi Keyleigh Alice,These are Dutch Irises, used mostly as cut flowers and discarded thereafter.However if you plant them out in the garden, they actually come back year after year!They might not be as glamorous as the bearded Irises, but they are a really useful cut flower.Look out for the very dark ‘Midnight Passion’, the softer sky blue ‘Sky Wings’ and the pure white ‘White Wedgewood’, all three varieties work very well in combination with other colours to compose really nice bouquets!

Original Post by Keyleigh Alice

Are these easy to grow for cut flowers?

Are these easy to grow for cut flowers? I loved the ones I got for my birthday and want to try and grow them.  Any advice would be great… thanks KA


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