Plants By Type
This vining wetland plant has a showy purple bloom and love to be planted near wetter type soils. It's also called wild iris, creek iris, and water iris. Also being a super hardy perennial is also a great attribute for planting this vine. Another name for this plant is the Dwarf Crested Iris. These plants do great when planted in full and partial sunlight. They are also great in moist and well-drained soil conditions and do great around water gardens and also ponds where the soils stay moist. They can grow to be six to ten inches tall. These plants bloom during the months of April through June each year. They are amazing perennials and come back year after year. They also grow back to be thicker and once they stop blooming they can be separated and planted in other garden areas or used as a bordering plant for driveways or walkways. They thrive when planted in climate zones three through nine. This flower is beautiful when they are in bloom and supplies lots of bright and vivid color. The blooms are a lavender color, and they have the center that appears to have been painted with yellow stamens. These plants are easy growers and are an excellent choice when creating a natural area or flower garden. The leaves on this plant are long and slender and can grow to be a few inches long. These are spectacular and add a lot of curb appeal to all lawns where they are planted, and they do not take a lot of care when growing.