Iris 'Caesar's Brother' - 5 Bare Root Plants
Iris 'Caesar's Brother', like all irises, is truly an aristocrat in the garden. The ornate flowers of irises in luscious shades inspired monarchs to include them in their flags and coats-of-arms.
Siberian irises are native to eastern Europe and northern Asia, as the name suggests. The foliage is slender and grasslike. They tend to grow in clumps. Masses of single colors planted near a watercourse are dazzling.
Name(s): Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother', Siberian Iris.
Flower Color: Purple.
Bloom Time: Late mid-season.
Foliage: Herbaceous, swordlike.
Height/Spread: 36 inches to 48 inches x 18 inches to 24 inches.
Climate Zones: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Sun Exposure: Full sun.
Soil Condition: Well-drained to moist, average, pH 5.6 to 7.5
Features: Deer resistant.
Uses: Bog gardens, perennial borders, erosion control by streams and ponds, mass plantings.
Comments: Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother' is one of the oldest and best of the Siberian irises. Purple blooms appear in early summer above strong, sword-like foliage. Dark green leaf color persists into fall.
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