Iris un­guic­u­laris ‘Mary Barnard’

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Some iris are at their finest in the depths of win­ter. Take this ev­er­green peren­nial that puts on a dis­play of fra­grant, in­tense vi­o­let flow­ers from mid-Novem­ber to spring. It’s a good plant for prob­lem ar­eas, thriv­ing at the base of walls where ground is hard. Plants need full sun, good drainage and al­ka­line or neu­tral soil. Plant bulbs now.

‘Mary Barnard’ brings colour and scent to a gar­den

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