Iris unguicularis ‘Mary Barnard’
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