Dwarf Crested Iris
A low-growing wildflower iris with clusters of narrow leaves and popular for the large blue flowers bearing a white patch and yellow crest in May. Flowers appear stemless. A native wildflower to the Southeast, Dwarf Crested iris is excellent for naturalizing in woodlands and on well-drained slopes. Prefers semi-shade but will grow well in full sun if plants are not allowed to dry out. Tolerates dry soil in shaded locations and also tolerates nearly full shade.
Iris cristata Characteristics & Attributes:
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