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Iris Sibirica also known as Siberian Iris come in all the colours of the rainbow,

Siberian Iris grow into large clumps producing more flowers year after year, plant them in moist borders in full sun, sold in 1 litre solid black pots,

 

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Iris Sibirica Black Joker-barerooted
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Iris Sibirica Black Joker-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£4.90
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Iris Sibirica Painted Woman-barerooted
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Iris Sibirica Painted Woman-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£4.90
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Iris Sibirica Paprikash-barerooted
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Iris Sibirica Paprikash-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£4.90
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Iris Sibirica Ruffles And Flourished-1 litre pots
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Iris Sibirica Ruffles And Flourished-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£8.90
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Iris Sibirica Uncorked-barerooted
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Iris Sibirica Uncorked-barerooted

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£4.90
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Iris Sibirica Banish Miss Fortune-1 litre pots
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Iris Sibirica Banish Miss Fortune-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£8.90
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Iris Sibirica Golden Edge-1 litre pots
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Iris Sibirica Golden Edge-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£4.90
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Iris Sibirica Gulls Wing-1 litre pots
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Iris Sibirica Gulls Wing-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£4.90
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Iris Sibirica Hubbard-1 litre pots
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Iris Sibirica Hubbard-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£4.90
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Iris Sibirica Majestic Overtures-1 litre pots
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Iris Sibirica Majestic Overtures-1 litre pots

Flowering Time: June-July
Height: 60 cm
£8.90
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