Iris ensata Good Omen

First introduced in 1956, this wine to fuchsia colored Iris loves water and full sun. The flowers have large falls and reduced standards for a flattened round look with yellow throats. Great for wet spots and water gardens, this Iris would like to be divided every 3 years to keep it flowering strongly.

 

Botanical Name
Iris ensata Good Omen
Common Name
Japanese Iris Good Omen
Bloom
Summer
Color
Purple/Lavender/Violet
Family
iridaceae
Height
36"
Hardy to Zone
5-9
Light
Sun
Spacing
15-18"


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