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Iris ‘Trajectory’


Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris

USDA Zone: 3-9

Plant number: 1.295.270


Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris are much shorter than the Tall Bearded types, but equally as colourful and beautiful in the border. Plants form a clump of green sword-shaped leaves, blooming in early spring. This selection has dark purple standards and falls with white centre patch and yellow to white beards. Excellent for cutting. Choose a sunny position, with a well-drained, loamy soil. Bearded Iris are heavy feeders, so plan to fertilize in early spring, and again in late summer. Plants should be divided every 3 to 4 years, in August. Be on the watch for Iris borer. Dwarf bearded Iris are also often described as I. pumila. CAUTION: Harmful if eaten.

Further details for
Iris ‘Trajectory’

Optimal Growing Conditions

Sun Exposure
  Full Sun
Soil Type
  Sandy
Soil pH
  Neutral or
  Alkaline or
  Acid
Soil Moisture
Care Level
  Easy
Appearance and Characteristics

Flower Colour
  Purple
  White
Blooming Time
  Early Spring
  Mid Spring
Foliage Color
  Light Green
Plant Uses & Characteristics
  Alpine & Rock
  Border
  Cut Flower
  Deer Resistant
  Edging
  Rabbit Resistant
  Massed
  Poisonous/Toxic
Flower Head Size
  Large
Height
   25-30 cm
   10-12 inches
Spread
   30-40 cm
   12-16 inches
Foot Traffic
   None

Growth Rate
   Medium
Disclaimer: This information is presented for reference only. This plant is not currently part of our Heritage Perennials lineup.













Iris ‘Trajectory’


Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris

USDA Zone: 3-9

Plant number: 1.295.270


Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris are much shorter than the Tall Bearded types, but equally as colourful and beautiful in the border. Plants form a clump of green sword-shaped leaves, blooming in early spring. This selection has dark purple standards and falls with white centre patch and yellow to white beards. Excellent for cutting. Choose a sunny position, with a well-drained, loamy soil. Bearded Iris are heavy feeders, so plan to fertilize in early spring, and again in late summer. Plants should be divided every 3 to 4 years, in August. Be on the watch for Iris borer. Dwarf bearded Iris are also often described as I. pumila. CAUTION: Harmful if eaten.

Further details for
Iris ‘Trajectory’

Optimal Growing Conditions

Sun Exposure
  Full Sun
Soil Type
  Sandy
Soil pH
  Neutral or
  Alkaline or
  Acid
Soil Moisture
Care Level
  Easy
Appearance and Characteristics

Flower Colour
  Purple
  White
Blooming Time
  Early Spring
  Mid Spring
Foliage Color
  Light Green
Plant Uses & Characteristics
  Alpine & Rock
  Border
  Cut Flower
  Deer Resistant
  Edging
  Rabbit Resistant
  Massed
  Poisonous/Toxic
Flower Head Size
  Large
Height
   25-30 cm
   10-12 inches
Spread
   30-40 cm
   12-16 inches
Foot Traffic
   None

Growth Rate
   Medium
Disclaimer: This information is presented for reference only. This plant is not currently part of our Heritage Perennials lineup.