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Iris Ensata also known as Japanese iris are water loving plants that grow best in moist borders, they are often sold as marginal plants but will only grow happily in water in the summer months, and must be taken out the pond over the Autumn and Winter. They are the largest of all water garden iris in flower size and also produce the most splendid and dramaic show of flowers that come in all sizes and shades of blue, pink, purple and white. Our full range should be available as from March 2017,  some of our Iris cultivars are only available in a small quantities. All our plants are sold in 1 litre, 9 cm and 7 cm solid black pots or barerooted, depending on habit of variety and speed of seasonal growth. Please see our category listings in the left hand menu for aquatic planting accessories, aquatic soils and gravel. Aquatic plants and Water Lilies are heavy feeders so dont forget to add plant food to your shopping basket. some of our aquatic iris are available in large quantities at special discounted rates, please see our trade discounts category in the left hand menu.

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Iris Ensata Angelic Choir-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Angelic Choir-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Blue Spritz-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Blue Spritz-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Electric Rays-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Electric Rays-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£5.90
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Iris Ensata Momogasumi-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Momogasumi-barerooted

Flowering Time: August
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£6.90
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Iris Ensata Purple Parasol-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Purple Parasol-barerooted

Flowering Time: July-August
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£5.90
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Iris Ensata Variegata-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Variegata-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£4.90
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Iris Ensata Asian Festival-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Asian Festival-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Blushing Snowmaiden-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Blushing Snowmaiden-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Butterflies In Flight-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Butterflies In Flight-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Celestial Emperor-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Celestial Emperor-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Dirigo Editor-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Dirigo Editor-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Greywoods Catrina-1 litre pots
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Iris Ensata Greywoods Catrina-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Ike-No-Sazanami
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Iris Ensata Ike-No-Sazanami

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Indigo Delight-barerooted
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Iris Ensata Indigo Delight-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60-90 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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Iris Ensata Katy Mendez-1 litre pot
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Iris Ensata Katy Mendez-1 litre pot

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 95 cm
Water Depth: 0-2 cm
£8.90
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