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Moss Mountain Farm 5-piece Reblooming Flag Collection

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Overview & Details

Moss Mountain Farm 5-piece Reblooming Flag Collection  
Let your flag fly with this reblooming iris collection. Moss Mountain Farm brought together 5 magnificent iris varieties in one stunning collection. Use them for accents in a late spring garden or to draw bees for vibrancy and interest. They're also resistant to pesky deer and rabbits. These perennials flower heavily in full sun and rebloom throughout the spring to fall months. When you see how colorful they are, you'll understand why they call them flags.

What You Get

  • City Lights Iris in a 3.5" square pot
  • Gypsy Lord Iris in a 3.5" square pot
  • His Royal Highness Iris in a 3.5" square pot
  • Immortality Iris in a 3.5" square pot
  • Victoria Falls Iris in a 3.5" square pot
  • Planting guide
  • Manufacturer's 45-day limited warranty

Good to Know

  • Plant is alive and growing at the time of shipment. 
  • You might find some yellowing on the leaves, but don't be concerned. They will flush out of it in a week to 10 days.
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Key Specs

Collection Name: Reblooming Flags Collection
Plant Form: Potted herbaceous perennial
Common Plant Name: Iris
Family: Iridaceae
Genus: Iris
Species: Iris
Evergreen/Deciduous: Deciduous
Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Time To Reach Full Maturity: 3 to 5 full growing seasons
Height at Maturity: City Lights - 37" Gypsy Lord - 40" His Royal Highness - 36" Immortality - 29" Victoria Falls - 40"
Spread at Maturity: 18" to 24"
Country of Origin: USA

Care

Pot Size/Shape: 3.5" square pot
Preferable Soil Type: A mixture of compost, good garden soil, peat moss, sand or well-rotted manure (whatever is available for a good loose growing medium)
Sun/Shade Requirements: Full sun
Watering Requirements: Newly set plants need moisture so they can grow a new root system. Water at fairly long intervals in dry weather. Established plants do not require watering except in very arid parts of the country. The common mistake is to give too much water.
USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 3 through 10
Planting Space Distance: 18" to 24"
Bloom Period: Mid-season rebloomer

Features

Reblooming Flags Collection
  • No garden would be complete without Tall Bearded Iris
  • Wonderful accent plants for late spring gardens
  • Flowers heaviest in full sun
  • Prefers very well-drained soil
  • Bee friendly
  • Deer and rabbit resistant
 
City Lights Iris
  • Envision that deep blue, almost purple, color that exists for a few moments at dusk, just before all the daylight drains out of the sky
  • Now freeze that color and brush it over ruffled petals
  • Sprinkle a few white "lights" in the heart of the flower, add a white beard and lovely fragrance and you have this beautiful rebloomer
 
Gypsy Lord Iris
  • Very tall stems give this red, white and blue iris a dominating presence
  • Its bluish white standards contrast the marbled blue-violet of its falls
  • A white spot at the center of the falls heightens the effect of the vivid red beards
  • 2015 Dyke's Medal winner
 
His Royal Highness Iris
  • This bearded iris delivers color fit for royalty with a rich blend of magenta, violet and wine
  • Gold beards add the crowning touch
  • A consistent fall re-bloomer
 
Immortality Iris
  • Well-named in that Immortality's re-blooming ability is consistent throughout the country
  • Vigorous in growth habit ,sending up multiple stalks of soft ,white flowers in the spring and again in summer through fall
 
Victoria Falls Iris
  • This fresh, light blue self's ruffled petals seem to cascade at random
  • In the center of each fresh, light blue fall is a "signal patch" of white, highlighting the flower's white beards
  • The three main branches and two spurs often produce up to 14 flowers
  • Gives off a strong fragrance

Planting instructions
  • If you cannot plant immediately after receiving a shipment of iris, leave it in pot and place your plants in a cool location to keep them safe for a few days
  • Soil should be worked into a good loose condition to a depth of 8" to 12"
  • Incorporate, in the hole, a mixture of compost, good garden soil, peat moss, sand or well-rotted manure (whatever is available for a good loose growing medium)
  • Remove the plant from the pot and place your rhizome just below the surface of the ground
  • Fill hole and firm the soil and water well
  • Make sure there are no air pockets
  • Iris should be spaced 1' to 2' on each side

Continuing care
  • Newly set plants need moisture so they can grow a new root system
  • Water at fairly long intervals in dry weather
  • Established plants do not require watering except in very arid parts of the country. The common mistake is to give too much water.
  • Remove outside foliage when it becomes limp
  • Cut bloom stems level with the ground after blooming on a dry day so cut heals quickly
  • Fertilize in early spring
  • Dig up and divide about every 4 years

Winterizing instructions
  • Cover with marsh hay or straw, particularly in the most northern states
  • Newly set plants must be protected as a preventative to the injury caused by freezing and thawing
  • Remove covering when the spring growth begins

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