Iris 'Caesar's Brother'

Siberian iris ( syn. Iris sibirica Caesar's Brother )

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Buy Iris 'Caesar's Brother' Siberian iris ( syn. Iris sibirica Caesar's Brother ): Great for adding vertical interest

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: moist but well-drained, moderately fertile soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to July
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Vibrant, violet-blue flowers with upright standards and a purple-veined, creamy-white base to each fall, appear from early to midsummer just above the slender, strap-shaped foliage. Wonderful when mixed with pale blues, violets and rich plum tones.

  • Garden care: Plant in soil that has been improved with well-rotted manure or garden compost and do not allow to dry out, particularly as the plant is getting established. If planted in a container, it will need dividing and repotting every couple of years in spring.

  • Harmful if eaten

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Don't know yet as didn't flower in the first year

3

I've had this iris before so I know what it's capable of. Unfortunately it didn't flower last year but in all honesty, I didn't think it would. Had put on lots of growth in the summer so hopefully I should have a few irises this year.

Florence

Leicestershire

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I would definitely recommend this plant to my friends.

5

It has flowed beautifully in my garden.

Ozzycat

Cardiff

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Do you have to cut these back after flowering? Thankyou

Ellie4Feet

The old flower stems can be cut back to their base as they fade, and then any dead or dying foliage can be removed in autumn.

Helen

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