Sunday, February 17, 2013

White Siberian Iris

This is a white Siberian Iris. cast iron, like all of the varieties of Siberian Iris.  Not a large flower, it makes up for its diminutive size by being prolific.  When a clump gets established you can have dozens of blooms on a clump.  It will grow almost anywhere, but loves nice soil.  Alberta Burrill gave me a clump from her house at 60 High Street in Houlton, Maine.  Alberta was my brother-in-law's mother.

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