Iris douglasiana (Pacifica) ‘Burnt Sugar’

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USDA Hardiness zone: Zn7a 5º to 0ºF

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A groovy selection of our coastal native evergreen douglas iris. From spikey grassy clumps rise 2′ tall flower spikes topped with multiple blooms that are amber and maroon, intricately marked on the interior falls. Blooms April to June. Vigorous clump forming perennial for any soil type where there is not standing water. Regular water to establish the first season then none in subsequent years. Full sun. High deer resistance. Oregon native plant. To 2′ wide in a few years.

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