Southern Blue Flag (Iris virginica)
Southern Blue Flag (Iris virginica)

Southern Blue Flag (Iris virginica)

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Works well near water, in rain gardens, and perennial beds where rich, organic soil is abundant.
Item #: IRVIR
Binomial Iris virginica

This species naturally grows near water in sun to light shade, but it also grows prolifically in mulched beds containing lots of organic matter. Southern blue flag is a beardless iris that attracts bees, hummingbirds, and the occasional butterfly. The roots and foliage are mildly toxic, so animals tend to not eat this plant.

Uses: Deer and rabbit resistant, rain gardens, hummingbirds, nectar
Bloom time: May

Height: 30 to 40 inches
Space 18 to 24 inches

Sun: Sun to medium shade
Moisture: Average to moist

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