Iris 'Caesar's Brother' Description
- Deep purple spring flowers
- Green-blue foliage grows in striking clumps
- Very disease and pest resistant
Special features: Cold hardy, cut flower, deer resistant, moisture tolerant, rabbit resistant, drought tolerant, moisture tolerant
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- Botanical name:
Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother
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Sun (6+ hrs/day), part shade (4-6 hrs/day)
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Accent, background, border, cottage garden, foundation planting, massing, naturalizing, rain garden, specimen, waterside
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Soil: Performs well in most soil types, and particularly enjoys soils with high nutrients.
Light: Thrives in full to part sun and prefer afternoon shade in hot, southern zones.
Water: They prefer consistent moisture conditions.
Spacing: Space 18"- 24"
Fertilizing. Can be fertilized in spring with an all purpose garden option.
Maintenance and pruning: Remove spent blooms. Divide plants every four year if you see a reduction in flowering performance. Clean up old foliage in spring.
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